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FEDERAL 




COOLIDGE, MARCUS ALLEN, 164 Blos- 
som St., Fitchburg, United States Senator, 
Democrat. 

Born: Westminster, Oct. 6, 1865. 

Educated: Attended Public Schools, Bry- 
ant & Stratton Commercial College, Boston. 

Business : Manufacturer. 

Organizations: Trustee and Vice-Presi- 
dent Cushing Academy. 

Public Office: Mayor of Fitchburg, 1916, 
Chairman, Democratic State Convention, 
1920, Treasurer, Democratic State Commit- 
tee, Member, Massachusetts Electoral Col- 
lege, 1929; United States Senator, 1931-'36. 




WALSH, DAVID I., 37 Day St., Fitch- 
burg-, United States Senator, Democrat. 

Born: Leominster, Nov. 11, 1872. 

Educated: Holy Cross College '94, Bos- 
ton University Law School '97. 

Profession : Lawyer, 18 Tremont St., Bos- 
ton. 

Organizations: Elks, K. of C. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1900-'01, Lt. 
Governor 1913, Governor 1914-'15, Consti- 
tutional Ccnv., 1917-'18, United States Sen- 
ator, 1919-'24, 1927-'40. 




ANDREW, A. PIATT, Eastern Point, 
Gloucester, Congress 6th District, Republi- 
can. 

Born : LaPorte, Ind., Feb. 12, 1873. 

Educated: Princeton and Harvard Univer- 
sities. 

Organizations: American Legion, Masons, 
American Economic Ass'n, Harvard Clubs of 
Boston and New York, Metropolitan Racquet 
and Chevy Chase (Washington) Clubs 

Public Office: Director of Mint, 1909, 
Asst. Sec'y of Treasury, 1910-'12, Lt. Colonel 
A. E. P., 1917-'19; Member of 67th to 74th 
Congresses. 

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CASEY, JOSEPH E., 33 Prospect St., 
Clinton, Congress, 3rd District, Democrat. 

Born: Clinton, Dec. 27, 1898. 

Educated: Boston University Law School. 

Profession : Lawyer. 

Organizations: Elks, Knights of Colum- 
bus, Eagles, American Legion. 

Public Office: Member of 74th Congress. 




CONNERY, WILLIAM P., 11 Bellevue 
Road, Lynn, Congress, 7th District, Demo- 
crat. 

Born : Lynn, Aug. 24, 1888. 

Educated: Montreal College, Holy Cross 
College of Worcester. 

Business: Candy Manufacturer. 

Organizations: American Legion, K. of C, 
Moose, Eagles, Father Mathew T. A. S., 
Elks, Red Men, Kiwanis and Yankee Divi- 
sion Clubs. 

Public Office: Member 68th to 74th Con- 
gresses. 




GIFFORD, CHARLES L., Barnstable, 
Congress, 15th District, Republican. 

Born: Cotuit, March 15, 1871. 

Educated: Public schools. 

Business: Real Estate. 

Organizations: Masons, Odd Fellows, 
Knights of Pythias, Elks. 

Public Office: Mass. House, 1912-'13; 
Mass. Senate, 1914- , 19. Elected for unex- 
pired term in 67th Congress. Member 67th 
to 74th Congresses. 




GRANFIELD, WILLIAM JOSEPH, 74 
Park Drive, Longmeadow, Congress, 2nd 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Springfield, Dec. 18, 1889. 

Educated : University of Notre Dame, '13. 

Profession : Lawyer. 

Organizations: Elks, K. of C, Catholic 
Order of Foresters, Eagles. 

Public Office: Springfield Common Coun- 
cil, 1915-'16, Mass. House, 1917-'19 : Consti- 
tutional Convention, 1917-'18; District Dele- 
gate, Dem. National Conventions, '24, '28 
and '32; Member of 71st to 74th Congresses. 




HEALEY, ARTHUR DANIEL, 27 Adams 
St., Somerville, Congress, 8th District, Dem- 
ocrat. 

Born: Somerville, Dec. 29, 1889. 

Educated: Somerville Latin School, Dart- 
mouth College, Boston Univ. Law School. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: K. of C, Elks, Eagles, 
Past Comdr., Somerville Post. Am. Legion; 
Past Judge Adv., Mass. Dept., Am. Legion. 

Public Office: Member of 73rd to 74th 
Congresses. 



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HIGGINS, JOHN P., 36 Hancock St., Bos- 
ton, Congress, 11th District, Democrat. 

Born: Boston, Feb. 19, 1893. 

Educated: Harvard College, '17; North- 
eastern College of Law, B. U. Law. 

Profession : Lawyer. 

Organizations: American Legion, Law So- 
ciety of Mass., Ancient Order of Hibernians, 
Trustee-at-large of Mass. Catholic Order of 
Foresters. 

Public Office: Mass. House, 1929-'34, Mem- 
ber of 74th Congress. 



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HOLMES, PEHR G., 27 Holden St., Wor- 
cester, Congress, 4th District, Republican. 

Born: Sweden, April 9, 1881. 

Educated: Worcester Public Schools. 

Business: Manufacturer. 

Organizations: 32d degree Mason, Shrine, 
Elks, I. O. O. F., Red Men, Rotary, Reci- 
procity and Bancroft Auto Clubs. 

Public Office: Worcester Common Coun- 
cil, Board of Aldermen, Mayor, Governor's 
Council, 1925^28; Member of 72nd to 74th 
Congresses. 



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MARTIN, Jr., JOSEPH WILLIAM, 54 
Grove St., North Attleborough, Congress, 
14th District, Republican. 

Born: No. Attleborough. Nov. 3, 1884. 

Educated: High School. 

Profession: Editor. 

Organizations: Elks, Grange, Moose. 

Public Office: Mass. House, 1912-'14; 
Mass. Senate, 1915-'1T; Member, 69th to 
74th Congresses. 



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McCORMACK, JOHN W., 726 Columbia 
Road, South Boston, Congress, 12th District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Boston, Dec. 21, 1891. 

Educated: John A. Andrew School, Boston. 

Profession: Lawver. 

Organizations: K. of C, M. C. O. F., 
American Legion, Elks, Moose, Old Timers' 
Club, Boston City Club, Royal Arcanum. 

Public Office: Const. Con., 1917-'18; Mass. 
House, 1920-'22; Mass. Senate, 1923-'26; 
Member, 70th Congress, succeeding late J. A. 
Gallivan, 71st to 74th Congresses. 



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ROGERS, (MRS.) EDITH NOURSE, 444 
Andover St., Lowell, Congress, 5th District, 
Republican. 

Born: Saco, Me., 1881. 

Educated: Lowell, Mass., Paris, France. 

Occupation: Tr. Rogers Hall School. 

Organizations: Business and Professional 
Women's Republican Club, Congressional 
Country Club, Am. Legion Auxiliary, Moose 
Auxiliary, Mass. Society. 

Public Office: Elected to fill vacancy 69th 
Congress. Member 70th to 74th Congresses. 



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RUSSELL, RICHARD MANNING, 174 

Brattle St., Cambridge, Congress, 9th Dis- 
trict, Democrat. 

Born: Cambridge, March 3, 1891. 

Educated: Middlesex School, Concord; 
Harvard, 1914 : Harvard Law School. 

Profession : Lawyer. 

Organizations: American Legion, Elks, 
Eagles. 

Public Office: Cambridge City Councillor, 
Mayor of Cambridge; Member of 74th Con- 
gress. 



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TINKHAM, GEORGE HOLDEN, 326 
Commonwealth Ave., Boston, Congress, 10th 
District, Republican. 

Born: Boston, Oct. 29, 1870. 

Educated: Harvard College, Harvard Law 
School. 

Profession : Attorney-at-Law\ 

Public Office: Boston Common Council, 
1897-'98; Board of Aldermen, 1900- , 02; 
Mass. Senate, 1910-'12; Member 64th to 74th 
Congresses. 



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TREADWAY, ALLEN T., Main St., 
Stockbridge, Congress, 1st District, Repub- 
lican. 

Born: Stockbridge, Sept. 16, 1867. 

Educated: Amherst College. 

Business: Hotel Owner. 

Organizations: A. F. & A. M., 33d degree 
Mason, Director, Berkshire Trust Co.; Trus- 
tee, Savings Bank; Grange. 

Public Office: Mass. House, 1904; Mass. 
Senate, 1908-'ll; Pres. of Senate, 1909-'ll; 
Member 63rd to 74th Congresses. 



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WIGGLESWORTH, RICHARD BOW- 
DITCH, 182 Adams St., Milton, Congress, 
13th District, Republican. 

Born: Boston, April 25, 1891. 

Educated: Milton Acad., '08; Harvard Col. 
(AB), '12; Harvard Law School (LLB), '16. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: Am. Bar Ass'n, Mass. Bar 
Ass'n, Am. Legion, Military Order World 
War, Military Order Foreign Wars. 

Public Office: Paris Rep. Agt. Gen. for 
Reparation Payments and Gen. Council for 
Organizations under Dawes Plan, 1927-'28; 
Member 70th to 74th Congresses. 
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MASSACHUSETTS 

STATE 

GOVERNMENT 



EXECUTIVE 




CURLEY, JAMES M., 350 Jamaicaway, 
Boston (Jamaica Plain), Governor of the 
Commonwealth, Democrat. 

Born: Boston, Nov. 20, 1874. 

Educated: Evening English High. 

Business: Pres. Hibernia Savings Bank. 

Organizations : Boston City Club, Chamber 
of Commerce, Eagles, Moose, K. of C, 
Elks, A. 0. H., Mayors' Club of U. S. 

Public Office: Common Council, 1900-'01; 
Mass. House, 1902-'03; Alderman, 1904- 
'09; City Council, 1910-'ll; 62nd and 63rd 
Congresses, Mayor 1914-'17, '22-'25, '30-'33; 
Governor, 1935-'36. 

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HURLEY, JOSEPH LEO, 655 Rock St., 
Fall River, Lieutenant Governor, Democrat. 

Born: Fall River, April 20, 1898. 

Educated: Fall River Public Schools, 
Georgetown University. 

Profession : Lawyer. 

Organizations: Elks, Eagles, Knights of 
Columbus, American Legion. 

Public Office: Mass. House, 1925-'28; Fall 
River Corporation Counsel, 1929-'30; Mayor 
of Fall River, 1933-'34; Lieutenant Gover- 
nor 1935-'36. 



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COOK, FREDERIC W., 75 Benton Rd., 
Somerville, Secretary of the Commonwealth, 
Republican. 

Born: Somerville, May 2, 1873. 

Educated: Public Schools. 

Occupation: Secretary of State. 

Organizations: Masons, Elks, Central, 
Somerville, Middlesex, Lexington Golf and 
Old Colony (Plymouth) Clubs. 

Public Office : Somerville Ass't. City Clerk 
13 years, City Clerk 15 years, Secretary 
of The Commonwealth, 1921-'36. 



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HURLEY, CHARLES FRANCIS, 57 
Fresh Pond Lane, Cambridge, State Treas- 
urer and Receiver-General, Democrat. 

Born: Cambridge, Nov. 24, 1893. 

Educated: Russell Grammar School, B. C. 
High School, Boston College. 

Business: Real Estate, Mortgages and Ins. 

Organizations: Elks, Am. Legion, I. N. F. 
Benefit Soc, Knights of St. Finbar, A. O. H., 
C. U. of Cambridge, B. C. Alumni Ass'n. 

Public Office: Cambridge School Comm., 
Trustee, Cambridge Public Library; Acting 
Librarian, Cambridge Public Library; State 
Treasurer and Receiver-General, 1931-'36. 
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BUCKLEY, THOMAS HENRY, 198 Cen- 
tre Ave., Abington, State Auditor, Demo- 
crat. 

Born: Abington, Sept. 5, 1897. 

Educated: Abington High School, 1913. 

Profession : Accountant. 

Organizations: Hibernians, K. of C, 
Grange, American Legion, Sons of Union 
Veterans. 

Public Office: Abington Town Moderator, 
1926-'34; First Deputy State Auditor, 1933- 
'34; State Auditor, 1935-'36. 



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DEVER, PAUL ANDREW, 63 Reservoir 
St., Cambridge, Attorney-General, Democrat. 

Born: Boston, Jan. 15, 1903. 

Educated: Boston University Law School, 
'26. 

Profession : Lawyer. 

Organizations: K. of C, Woolsack Soci- 
ety, St. Peters C. C, Cambridge Bar Ass'n, 
Catholic Alumni Sodality. 

Public Office: Public Administrator Mid- 
dlesex County, Mass. House, 1929-'34; At- 
torney-General, 1935-'36. 



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GOVERNOR'S 
COUNCIL 




BAKER, J. ARTHUR, 252 South St., 
Pittsfield, Governor's Council, 8th District, 
Republican. 

Born : Buzzards Bay, June 25, 1879. 

Educated: Bourne Public Schools, Wor- 
cester Academy, Boston University, College 
of Liberal Arts, Law School. 

Profession : Attorney-at-Law. 

Organizations: Masons, Elks, Berkshire 
Hills Country Club, American Bar Ass'n, 
Mass. Bar Ass'n, Berkshire Bar Ass'n, Izaak 
Walton League. 

Public Office: Governor's Council, 1933-'36. 



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BRENNAN, JAMES JOSEPH, 10 Put- 
nam St., Somerville, Governor's Council, 6th 
District, Dsmocrat. 

Born : Somerville, Jan. 16, 1897. 

Educated: St. Joseph's School, Somerville 
High School. 

Business: Ford Motor Company, Somer- 
ville. 

Organization : Somerville City Club 
(Treasurer). 

Public Office: Governor's Council, 1935-'36. 



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BROOKS, FRANK A., 256 Common St., 
Watertown, Governor's Council, 3rd District, 
Republican. 

Born: Pittsfield. 

Educated: Public Schools. 

Business: Express, Lumber. 

Organizations: Grange, Masons, Shrine. 

Public Office: Chairman, Mass. Parole 
Board; County Commissioner (Hampshire), 
Trustee, Hampshire Sanitarium; Williams- 
burg Water Commission; Governor's Coun- 
cil, 1935-'36. 



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COAKLEY, DANIEL H., 52 Parsons St., 
Boston (Brighton), Governor's Council, 4th 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Cambridge, Dec. 10, 1865. 

Educated: Public Schools, St. Mary's Pa- 
rochial School, Cambridge. 

Organization: Brighton Council, Knights 
of Columbus. 

Public Office: Mass. Legislature, 1892- 
'94; Governor's Council, 1933-'36. 



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COTE, EDMOND, 236 Eastern Ave., Fall 
River, Governor's Council, 1st District, Re- 
publican. 

Born: Beaumont, P. Q., Feb. 22, 1863. 

Educated: Canada. 

Business: Retail Pianos. 

Organizations: Masons, Elks, Odd Fel- 
lows, Knights of Pythias. 

Public Office : Chairman, Fall River Board 
of Aldermen, Governor's Council, 1931-'36. 



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GROSSMAN, JOSEPH B., 19 Glendale 
Rd., Quiricy, Governor's Council, 2nd Dis- 
trict, Republican. 

Born: Quincy, July 15, 1892. 

Educated: Plymouth Business School. 

Business: Building Materials. 

Organizations: Chairman, Quincy Chap- 
ter, A. R. C, 32nd Degree Mason, Shrine, 
Elks, Odd Fellows, K. of P., I. 0. B. A., 
Taleb Grotto, Rotary. 

Public Office: Board of Registrars, 1914- 
'22; Mass. House, 1927-'28, 1931-'32; Gov- 
ernor's Council, 1933-'36. 
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HENNESSEY, WILLIAM G., 653 West- 
ern Ave., Lynn, Governor's Council, 5th Dis- 
trict, Democrat. 

Born: Boston, July 13, 1898. 

Educated : Schools of Accounting and Bus- 
iness Administration, Law School. 

Business: Sales Promotion. 

Organization: Fraternal Order of Eagles. 

Public Office: Governor's Council, 1935-'36. 



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SCHUSTER, WINFIELD ALDRICH, 
Main St., East Douglas, Governor's Coun- 
cil, 7th District, Republican. 

Born: East Douglas, July 17, 1906. 

Educated: Douglas Public Schools, North- 
bridge High, Worcester Academy, Brown 
University, Harvard Graduate School (Bus- 
iness Administration). 

Business: Woolen Manufacturer. 

Organizations: Phi Gamma Delta, Elks. 

Public Office : Chairman Douglas Select- 
men, Governor's Council, 1932 (appointed by 
Governor Ely, June, 1932), 1933-'36. 



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MASSACHUSETTS 
LEGISLATURE 



SENATE 




MORAN, JAMES G., 68 Rumford Ave., 
Mansfield, 1st Bristol Senatorial District, 
Republican. President of Senate. 

Born: Mansfield, May 2, 1870. 

Educated: Lawrence Academy, Groton ; 
Mass. Institute of Technology, Northeastern 
University Law School. 

Profession : Lawyer. 

Organizations: Masons, Elks, Grange, 
Lions. 

Public Office: Mansfield Postmaster, 4 
years; Mass. House, 1917-'19; Mass Senate 
1923-'36; President of the Senate, 1935-'36. 

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BURKE, THOMAS M., 23 Idaho St., Bos- 
ton (Dorchester), 8th Suffolk Senatorial 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Lawrence, May 30, 1898. 

Educated: Dorchester High School, Boston 
College, Suffolk Law School. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: American Legion, "40 and 
8," Veterans of Foreign Wars, Knights of 
Columbus, Mass. Catholic Order of Forest- 
ers, Hibernians, Moose. 

Public Office: Boston City Council, 1932- 
'33; Mass. Senate, 1935-'36. 



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CARROLL, EDWARD CHRISTOPHER, 
234 L St., Boston (South Boston), 4th Suf- 
folk Senatorial District, Democrat. 

Born: South Boston, Dec. 15, 1893. 

Educated: Bigelow Grammar School, 
South Boston High School, Suffolk Law 
School. 

Business: Real Estate, Insurance. 

Organizations: Knights of Columbus, M. 
C. O. F., St. Margaret's Ushers' Club, V. F. 
W., American Legion, "40 and 8," South 
Boston Citizen's Association, Moose, Old 
Timers' Club. 

Public Office Mass. Senate, 1933-'36. 
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CASEY, PATRICK EUGENE, 30 Pur- 
chase St., Milford, 4th Worcester Senatorial 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Milford, Sept. 24, 1886. 

Educated: Milford Schools. 

Business: Deputy Sheriff, Real Estate and 
Insurance. 

Organizations: Elks, Knights of Colum- 
bus. 

Public Office: Selectman, Mass. Senate, 
1935-'36. 



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CAVANAGH, CHARLES THOMAS, 
11 Milton St., Cambridge, 2nd Middlesex 
Senatorial District, Democrat. 

Born: Cambridge, June 12, 1893. 

Educated: Cambridge Public Schools. 

Business: Petroleum Products. 

Organizations: Elks, Knights of Colum- 
bus, Cambridge Post American Legion. 

Public Office: Mass. House, 1929-'34; 
Mass. Senate, 1934-'36. 



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COLE, ALBERT, 31 Church St., Lynn, 
1st Essex Senatorial District, Republican. 

Born: Lynn, Dec. 28, 1904. 

Educated: Lynn English High School, 
1925; Suffolk Law School, 1929. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: St. Pius Men's Club of 
Lynn, Lynn Y. M. C. A. 

Public Office: Lynn Councillor-at-large, 
1932-'35; Mass. Senate, 1935-'36. 



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CONSIDINE, WALTEiR L., 46 Pearl St., 
New Bedford, v 3rd Bristol Senatorial Dis- 
trict, Democrat. 

Born : New Bedford, Aug. 7, 1900. 

Educated: Providence (R. I.) College, 
'24; Boston University Law School, '27. 

Profession : Lawyer. 

Organizations: Eagles, Knights of Co- 
lumbus. 

Public Office: Mass. Senate, 1935-'36. 



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CONROY, WILLIAM S.. 70 Eighteenth 
St., Fall River, 2nd Bristol Senatorial Dis- 
trict, Democrat. 

Born: Hoosick Falls, N. Y., Oct. 2, 1877. 

Educated: Public and Private Schools. 

Business : Loomfixer. 

Organizations: Elks, Eagles. 

Public Office: Fall River Alderman, 1913- 
'16; Mass. House, 1917-'26; Mass. Senate, 
1929-'36. 



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COTTON, JOSEPH RUSSELL, 53 Mar- 
rett Rd., Lexington, 7th Middlesex Sena- 
torial District, Republican. 

Born: Boston (Charlestown), Nov. 16, 
1890. 

Educated: Boston Latin, Boston Univ. 
Law School, LL.B., LL.M. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: American Legion, Masons, 
Appalachian Mountain Club. 

Public Office: Lexington Moderator, 1919- 
'20; Selectman, 1920-'23; Mass. House, 1923- 
'24; Mass. Senate, 1927-'36. 



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DALY, CHARLES THOMAS, 55 Sum- 
mit Rd., Medford, 6th Middlesex Senatorial 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Medford, March 12, 1882. 

Educated: Medford High School, '01; Bos- 
ton College, Boston Univ. Law School, '14. 

Occupation: Newspaper Reporter. 

Organizations: Medford Chamber of Com- 
merce, K. of C, Medford Hist. Soc, Hiber- 
nians, Boston Univ. Law School Alumni, 
Medford Dem. Club. Medford Dem. City Com. 

Public Office: Medford Board of Alder- 
men Clerk of Committees, 1916-'30; Mass. 
Senate, 1935-'36. 

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DAVENPORT, WILLIAM AIKEN, 21 

Abbott St., Greenfield, Franklin-Hampshire 
Senatorial District, Republican. 

Born: Wilmington, Vt., Oct. 23, 1869. 

Educated: Glenwood Classical Seminary, 
Brattleboro, Vt. 

Profession : Attorney-at-Law. 

Organizations: Odd Fellows, A. O. U. W., 
Loyal Order of Moose, Eagles. 

Public Office: Mass. House, 1899-1900, 
Greenfield Selectmen, 1909-'14; School Com- 
mittee, 10 years; Park Commissioner, 6 
years; Town Counsel, 3 years; Mass. Sen- 
ate, 1935-'36. 

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DONAHOE, JOSEPH P., 1528A Dorches- 
ter Ave., Boston (Dorchester), 7th Suf- 
folk Senatorial District, Democrat. 

Born: Boston, Sept. 18, 1891. 

Educated: St. Peter's Parochial School, 
Boston College High School. 

Occupation: Bail Commissioner. 

Organizations: Knights of Columbus, 
American Legion. Old Timers' Club of Dor- 
chester. 

Public Office: Mass. Senate, 1935-'36. 



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DONOVAN, JOHN F., 21 Reynolds Ave., 
Chelsea, 1st Suffolk Senatorial District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Chelsea, April 26, 1897. 

Educated: Chelsea Schools, Northeastern 
University. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations : Knights of Columbus, Elks 
(P. E. R.), American Legion. 

Public Office: Mass. House, 1923-'26; 
Mass. Senate, 1935-'36. 



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ERICKSON, EDGAR C, 794 Grove St., 
Worcester, 2nd Worcester Senatorial Dis- 
trict, Republican. 

Born : Worcester, July 18, 1895. 

Educated: Worcester Public Schools, 
Miles School of Heating Engineering. 

Business: Heating Engineer. 

Organizations: Masons, Odd Fellows, Na- 
tional Guard, American Legion. 

Public Office: Mass. Senate, 1933-'36. 




FISH, ERLAND F., 6 Prescott St., 
Brookline., Norfolk and Suffolk Senatorial 
District, Republican. 

Born: Cambridge, Dec. 7, 1883. 

Educated: Harvard College, '05, Harvard 
Law School, '08. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: Masons, Elks, American 
Legion, M. 0. W. W., V. F. W. 

Public Office: Mass. House, 1920-'24 • 
Mass. Senate, 1925-'36; Floor Leader, 1929- 
'32; President of the Senate, 1933-'34. 



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GOODWIN, ANGIER L., 33 Reading Hill 
Ave., Melrose, 4th Middlesex Senatorial Dis- 
trict, Republican. 

Born: Fairfield, Me., Jan. 30, 1881. 

Educated: Colby College, Harvard Law 
School. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: Masons, Shrine, Eastern 
Star, Elks, Grange, Odd Fellows, K. of P., 
Melrose Highlands Club, Melrose Fish and 
Game Club. 

Public Office: Melrose Bd. of Aldermen, 8 
yrs., Pres. of Bd., 1920; Mayor, 1921-'22; 
Mass House, 1925-'28; Mass Senate, 1929-'36. 
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HALEY, CORNELIUS F., Main St., 
Rowley, 3rd Essex Senatorial District, Re- 
publican. 

Born: Newburyport, July 15, 1875. 

Educated: Public and Private Schools. 

Business: Farmer. 

Organizations: Odd Fellows, Knights of 
Pythias, Rowley Historical Society, Grange, 
Rowley Fire Protective Association. 

Public Office: Rowley Selectman, Asses- 
sor and Public Welfare, 10 years; Bd. of 
Health, Town Meeting Moderator; Mass. 
House, 1919-'20- Mass. Senate, 1927-'36. 



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HOLLIS, ARTHUR W., 90 Washington 
St., Newton, 1st Middlesex Senatorial Dis- 
trict, Republican. 

Born: Newton, April 29, 1877. 

Educated: Harvard College, 1900. 

Business: Insurance. 

Organization : Elks. 

Public Office : Newton Board of Aldermen, 
1915-'20, 1922-'24 (President, 1922-'24) ; 
Mass. House, 1925-'28; Mass. Senate, 1929- 
'36. 



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HOLMES, NEWLAND H., 83 Webb St., 
Weymouth, Norfolk and Plymouth Sena- 
torial District, Republican. 

Born: Brockton, Aug. 30, 1891. 

Educated: High School, '06. 

Business: Advertising Manager. 

Organizations: Knight Templar, Mason. 

Public Office: Mass. House, 1925-'30; 
Mass. Senate, 1930 (to fill vacancy), 1931- 
'36. 



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HURLEY, FRANK, 15 Beacon Ave., Hol- 
yoke, 2nd Hampden Senatorial District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Hartford, Conn., March 9, 1900. 

Educated: St. Jerome High School, Hol- 
yoke; Georgetown Univ. Law School, '25. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: A. O. H., Elks, M. C. 0. F. 

Public Office: Mass. Senate, 1929- , 36. 



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JOHNSTON, THOMAS H., 138 Water 
St., Clinton, Worcester-Hampden Senatorial 
District, Republican. 

Born: Londonderry, Ireland, March 5, 
1872. 

Educated: Public Schools. 

Business: Merchant. 

Organizations: Masonic, Eastern Star, 
Harvest Club, Grange. 

Public Office: Auditor, Board of Regis- 
trars., Mass. House, 1923-'28; Mass Sen- 
ate, 1931-'36. 



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LANGONE, Jr., JOSEPH A., 190 North 
St., Boston, 2nd Suffolk Senatorial District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Boston, Sept. 8, 1896. 

Educated: St. Mary's Parochial School, 
Warren Grammar School, English High 
School. 

Business: Undertaker. 

Public Office: Mass Senate, 1933-'36. 



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MACKAY, JOHN D., 75 Greenleaf St., 
Quincy, Norfolk Senatorial District, Repub- 
lican. 

Born: Canada, April 7, 1872. 

Educated: University of Maine. 

Profession : Attorney-at-Law. 

Organizations: Rotarians, Masons, Odd 
Fellows, American Bar Association. 

Public Office: Quincy School Board, 7 
yrs. (Chm., 3 years) ; City Solicitor, 2 yrs.; 
Gov't. Appeal Agent; Mass. Senate, 1930-'36. 



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MADDEN, WILLIAM FRANCIS, 76 
Forest Hills St., Boston (Jamaica Plain), 
5th Suffolk Senatorial District, Democrat. 

Born: Boston, Jan. 4, 1897. 

Educated: Public Schools, High School of 
Commerce. 

Occupation : Traffic Manager. 

Organizations: Knights of Columbus, 
Moose, M. J. O'Connell Post, A. L.; Forest 
Hills A. A. 

Public Office : Mass. House, 1925-'26, 1931- 
'32; Mass. Senate 1933-'36. 



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McAREE, CHARLES ALBERT PROC- 
TOR, 29 Bradford Ave., Haverhill, 4th Es- 
sex Senatorial District, Democrat. 

Born: Haverhill, Nov. 3, 1908. 

Educated: Catholic Univ., Washington, 
D. C, '30; Ecole des Sciences Politiques, 
Paris, '31; Harvard Graduate School, M.A., 
'33. 

Profession: Teacher and Student. 

Public Office: Mass. Senate, 1935-'36. 




MCCARTHY, WILLIAM F., 35 Oakland 
St., Lowell, 8th Middlesex Senatorial Dis- 
trict, Democrat. 

Born: Lowell, Nov. 9, 1902. 

Educated: Northeastern Law School. 

Occupation: Newspaper Publisher. 

Organizations: Knights of Columbus, 
Elks, Lions International. 

Public Office: Mass. Senate, 1935-'36. 



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McKEOWN, FRANCIS M., 31 Elm St., 
Springfield, 1st Hampden Senatorial Dis- 
trict, Democrat. 

Born: Springfield, April 29, 1898. 

Educated: Springfield Schools, Fordham 
University, Fordham University Law 
School, St. Lawrence University. 

Profession : Lawyer. 

Organizations: Elks, Knights of Colum- 
bus, American Legion, Gamma Eta Gamma 
Legal Fraternity. 

Public Office: Springfield City Council, 
Mass. Senate, 1935-'36. 



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MEEHAN, JAMES PHILIP, 54 Olive 
Ave., Lawrence, 5th Essex Senatorial Dis- 
trict, Democrat. 

Born: Lawrence, June 25, 1893. 

Educated: Lawrence Public Schools. 

Business: Painter and Decorator. 

Organizations: Elks, Painters and Dec- 
orators Brotherhood, Lawrence and Mass. 
Bldg. Trades Council; Mass. State Conf. P. 
D. and P. of A. : Merrimac Valley Conf., A. 
F. of L.; Tower Hill Ass'n; A. F. of L.; 
Lawrence Yacht Club. 

Public Office: Mass. House, 1929-'31; 
Mass. Senate, 1934-'36. 
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MILES, CHARLES .GARDNER, 48 By- 
ron Ave., Brockton, Plymouth Senatorial 
District, Republican. 

Born: East Hampden, Me., Dec. 2, 1870. 

Educated: Brockton Public Schools, Wil- 
liston Seminary, University of Maryland. 

Profession : Physician. 

Organizations: Masons, Odd Fellows, K. 
of P., Lt. Colonel, Medical Corps, U. S. A. 

Public Office: Board cf Education, 14 
vears; Department of Health, 6 years; Mass. 
Senate, 1933- T 36. 



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MOYSE, GEORGE G., 112 Virginia Rd., 
WaJtham, 5th Middlesex Senatorial Dis- 
trict, Republican, 

Born: Canada, Dec. 21, 1878. 

Educated: Boston University. 

Business: Salesman. 

Organizations: K. T., Shrine, I. 0. 0. F.„ 
Elks, Y. D. Vets, American Legion, Army 
and Navy Club, Brig. Gen. (Retired) Mass. 
National Guard. 

Public Office: Waltham Board of Alder- 
men, 2 years; Mass. House, 1920-'24 : Mass 
Senate, 1925-'36. 

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NICHOLSON, DONALD W., Highland 
Road, Wareham, Cape and Plymouth Sena- 
torial District, Republican. 

Born: Wareham, Aug-. 11, 1888. 

Educated: Public Schools. 

Business: Salesman. 

Organizations: I. 0. O. F., Masons, R. A. 
C, 0. E. S., Elks, American Legion. 

Public Office: Selectman and Assessor, 6 
years; Chairman of Assessors, 5 years; 
School Committee; Mass. House, 1925-'26; 
Mass. Senate, 1927-'36. 



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NUTTING, EDWARD H., 3 Gardner PL, 
Leominster, 3rd Worcester Senatorial Dis- 
trict, Republican. 

Born: Leominster, July 6, 1869. 

Educated: Public Schools. 

Business: Caterer. 

Organizations: Elks, Odd Fellows, Red 
Men, Moose, Knights of Pythias, Sons of 
Veterans, Eagles, Masons, Royal Arcanum. 

Public Office: Constitutional Convention, 
Mass. House. 1913, '15-'16, '18, 1923-'30; 
Mass Senate, 1931-'36. 



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PARKMAN, Jr., HENRY, 112 Pinckney 
St., Boston, 3rd Suffolk Senatorial District, 
Republican. 

Born: Boston, April 26, 1894. 

Educated: Harvard College, '15; Harvard 
Law School, Northeastern University Law 
School. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: Masons, American Legion, 
Boston Bar Association, Mass. Bar Associa- 
tion, Veteran of Foreign Wars. 

Public Office: Boston City Council, 1926- 
'29; Mass. Senate, 1929-'36. 




PIERCE, ALBERT, 125 North St., 
Salem, 2nd Essex Senatorial District, Re- 
publican. 

Born: Marblehead, Feb. 29, 1876. 

Educated: Marblehead Public Schools. 

Business: Baker. 

Organizations: Mason, 32d degree; Odd 
Fellows, Now and Then Association. 

Public Office: Salem Common Council, 
Postmaster at Salem, 12 years; Mass. Sen- 
ate, 1935-'36. 




PLUNKETT, THEODORE ROBINSON, 
30 Park St., Adams, Berkshire Senatorial 
District, Republican. 

Bom: Adams, May 10, 1882. 

Educated: Exeter and Williams College. 

Occupation : Retired. 

Organizations: Masons, Elks, Eagles. 

Public Office: Adams Selectman, 1927-'30; 
Mass. Senate, 1931-'36. 



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PUTNAM, HARRY BANCROFT, SO 
Court St., Westfield, Berkshire-Hampshire- 
Hampden Senatorial District, Republican. 

Born: Westfield, Sept. 7, 1878. 

Educated: Westfield Schools, Boston Uni- 
versity Law School. 

Profession : Lawyer. 

Organizations: Masons, Grange, Moose. 

Public Office: Pres., City Council of Wes - 
field; Mayor; Member of Constitutional 
Convention: City Solicitor; Mass. House, 
1911-'13; Mass. Senate, 1933-'36. 



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SCANLAN, JAMES CONLAN, 25 Mun- 
roe St., Somerville, 3rd Middlesex Sena- 
torial District, Democrat. 

Born: Somerville, Dec. 18, 1896. 

Educated: Somerville Schools, Harvard 
College, 1918. 

Business: Petroleum Products. 

Organizations: Elks, K. of C, Kiwanis, 
American Legion. 

Public Office: Somerville School Commit- 
tee, 1925-'30; Mass. Senate, 1931-'36. 



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SULLIVAN, JOHN S., 33 Richards St., 
Worcester, 1st Worcester Senatorial Dis- 
trict, Democrat. 

Born: Thompsonville. Conn., Dec. 18, 1875. 

Educated: Parochial School, Worcester 
Evening High School. 

Business: Wholesale and Retail Fish. 

Organizations: B. P. O. E., Moose, A. 0. 
H., K. of C, Young Men's Democratic Clu~ 

Public Office: Worcester Board of Alder- 
men, 7 yrs.; Mass. Senate, 1933-'36. 



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WHITE, JOSEPH CHARLES, 77 West- 
chester Rd., Boston (Jamaica Plain), 6th 
Suffolk Senatorial District, Democrat. 

Born : Roxbury, Jan. 30, 1899. 

Educated: Francis Parkman School, Bos- 
ton College High, Boston College. 

Business: Petroleum Products. 

Organizations: K. of C, Jamaica Plain 
Board of Trade, Moose, American Legion, 
Marine Corps League. 

Public Office: Mass. House, 1929-'32; 
Mass. Senate, 1933-'36. 



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WRAGG, SAMUEL H., 37 High St., 
Needham, Norfolk-Middlesex Senatorial 
District, Republican. 

Born: Needham, June 9, 1882. 

Educated : Needham Public Schools. 

Business: Manufacturer. 

Organizations: Elks, Masonic Bodies, Odd 
Fellows. 

Public Office: Needham Board of Select- 
men, 1914-'20; Town Moderator; Mass. 
House, 1919-'24; Mass. Senate, 1925-'36. 



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SALTONSTALL, LEVERETT, 240 
Chestnut Hill Road, Newton (Chestnut 
Hill), 5th Middlesex House District, Repub- 
lican. Speaker of the House. 

Born: Newton, Sept. 1, 1892. 

Educated: Harvard, A.B., '14; LL.B., '17. 

Profession : Lawyer. 

Organizations: Elks, Masons, Ancient and 
Honorable Artillery. 

Public Office : Newton Board of Aldermen, 
Ass't District Attorney, Middlesex County; 
Mass. House, 1923-'36; Speaker of the 
House, 1929-'36. 



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ACHIN, Jr., HENRY, 9 Plymouth St., 
Lowell, 14th Middlesex House District, Re- 
publican. 

Born: Lowell, June 30, 1883. 

Educated: Public Schools. 

Business: Fire Insurance. 

Public Office: Lowell City Council, 1909- 
'11; Mass. House, 1912-'36. 




AIROLA, AUGUSTINE, 630 Boulevard, 
Revere, 25th Suffolk House District, Repub- 
lican. 

Born: Revere, Sept. 14, 1886. 

Educated: Public Schools, Boston Univer- 
sity Law School. 

Profession : Attorney-at-Law. 

Organizations: Revere Post American 
Legion, Elks. 

Public Office: Mass. House, 1927- , 36. 



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AKEROYD, WILLIAM A., Prospect St., 
Lanesborough, 3rd Berkshire House Dis- 
trict, Republican. 

Born: Berlin, Germany, Oct. 24, 1883. 

Educated: Silver Bay Institute. 

Business: Farmer. 

Organizations: Masons, Y. M. C. A., 
Grange. 

Public Office: Chairman of Selectmen and 
School Committee, Mass. House, 1925-'30, 
1933-'36. 



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ASHE, GEORGE T., 201 Cross St., Low- 
ell, 15th Middlesex House District, Demo- 
Born: Lowell, Feb. 6, 1905. 
Educated: St. Patrick's Grammar School, 
St. Patrick's Academy. 
Business: Salesman. 

Organizations: Catholic Young Men's Ly- 
ceum, St. Patrick's Holy Name Society, 
Broadway Club. 

Public Office: Mass. House, 1935-'36. 



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ASPELL, JOHN F., 6 Woodville St., 
Boston (Roxbury), 8th Suffolk House Dis- 
trict, Democrat. 

Born: Boston, July 8, 1906. 

Educated: Boston Schools. 

Occupation: Student. 

Organizations: Knights of Columbus, 
Massachusetts Catholic Order of Foresters. 

Public Office: Mass. House, 1933-'36. 



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BABCOCK, FRANK DAVID, 4 Nichols 
St., Haverhill, 2nd Essex House District, 
Republican. 

Born: Ogdensburg, N. Y., Aug. 16, 1877. 

Educated: Haverhill High School. 

Business: Office Manager. 

Organizations: Masons, Shrine, Elks, 
Haverhill Rotary Club (Pres) ; Haverhill 
Boys' Club (Director) ; Regional Council of 
Boy Scouts, Haverhill Chamber of Com- 
merce, Haverhill Sportsman Club. 

Public Office: Haverhill Postmaster, 12 
years; Mass. House, 1935-'36. 



84 




BABCOCK, Jr., JOSIAH, 232 Edge Hill 
Rd., Milton, 7th Norfolk House District. 
Republican. 

Born: Milton, May 21, 1880. 

Educated: Public Schools. 

Business: Hay and Grain. 

Organization: Boston Chamber of Com- 
merce. 

Public Office: Local Food Administrator, 
Board of Selectmen, Mass. House, 1918-'19, 
1925-'36. 



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BACIGALUPO, EDWARD P., 29 Charter 
Street, Boston, 3rd Suffolk House District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Boston, Oct. 19, 1897. 

Educated: Boston English High '15; Suf- 
folk Law School '27. 

Occupation: Investigator and Law Clerk. 

Organization: Hendricks Club. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1933-'36. 



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BAKER, WILLIAM BROOKS, 399 Wal- 
tham St., West Newton, 4th Middlesex 
House District, Republican. 

Born : Danvers, Jan. 10, 1879. 

Educated: Amherst College, Northeastern 
University Law School. 

Business: Trustee and Manager of Prop- 
erty. 

Organization: Boston Real Estate Ex- 
change. 

Public Office: Newton Board of Alder- 
men 1924-'28; Mass. House 1929-'36. 



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BALDWIN, WILLIAM A., 84 Adams St., 
Lynn, 11th Essex House District, Republi- 
can. 

Born: Moosup, Conn. 

Educated: Public schools. 

Business : Salesman. 

Organization: Knights of Pythias. 

Public Office: Assessor, 1910-'15; Lynn 
City Council 1926-'27; Mass. House 1927-'30, 
1933-'36. 



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BARNET, PHILIP, 91 Rotch St., New 
Bedford, 7th Bristol House District, Re- 
publican. 

Born : New Bedford, Dec. 2, 1892. 

Educated: Harvard College '15; Harvard 
Law School '18 

Profession : Lawyer. 

Organization: Masons. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1929-'36. 



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BARROWS (MRS.) MARY LIVER- 
MORE, 20 West Emerson St., Melrose, 22nd 
Middlesex House District, Republican. 

Born: Melrose, June 30, 1877. 

Educated: Melrose schools; Howard 
Sem., W. Bridgewater ; Wellesley College. 

Profession : Lecturer and Teacher. 

Organizations: Mass. Women's Rep. Club; 
League of Women Voters; D. A. R.; Am. 
Legion Aux. ; Professional Women's Club; 
Melrose Women's Club; Gen. All. Unitarian 
Women; Wellesley College Alumnae Ass'n. 

Public Office: Melrose Board of Aldermen; 
Mass. House 1929-'36. 
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BARRY, THOMAS EDMUND, 42 Breed 
St., Boston (East Boston) ; 1st Suffolk 
House District, Democrat. 

Born: Boston, May 14, 1899. 

Educated: Ithaca College of Fine Arts, 
Ithaca, N. Y., 1926; Columbia University, 
1927; Harvard College, 1927-'28. 

Profession : Teacher. 

Organizations: American Legion; Elks; 
Knights of Columbus; M. C. O. F.; Moose; 
Phi Epsilon Kappa. 

Public Office: Mass. Hou^e 1933-'36. 



91 




BATES, STANLEY SPILSTED, 259 
Presidents Lane, Quincy; 3rd Norfolk House 
District, Republican. 

Born: Braintree, Aug. 10, 1890. 

'Educated: Adams Academy; Burdett's 
Business College. 

Business: Granite. 

Organization: Masons. 

Public Office: Quincy City Council 1933- 
'34; Mass. House 1935-'36. 



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BAYLIES, WALTER RAY, 26 County 
St., Taunton; 4th Bristol House District, 
Republican. 

Born : Boston, April 28, 1902. 

Educated: Harvard College '24. 

Business : Farmer. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1935-'36. 



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BELL, MALCOLM LAWRIE, 24 High 
St., Marblehead; 12th Essex House District, 
Republican. 

Born : Marblehead, Nov. 30, 1890. 

Educated: Phillips Andover. 

Business: Electrical Appliances. 

Public Office: Marblehead Assessor; 
School Committeeman; Mass. Senate 1931- 
'32: Mass. House 1929-'30, 1933-'36. 



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BERGERON, ALBERT, 35 Mt. Vernon 
St., Lowell; 14th Middlesex House District. 
Republican. 

Bom: Montreal, Canada, June 28, 1877. 
(Son of native born American citizen). 

Educated: Lowell Public Schools. 

Business: General Insurance. 

Organizations: C. M. A. C; Pawtucket- 
ville Social Club; L'Union St. Jean Bap- 
tiste D'Amerique; L'Alliance Francaise; 
Franco-Am. Civic League; Lowell Chamber 
of Commerce. 

Public Office: Lowell School Board; City 
Council; Mass. House 1935-'36. 
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BESSETTE, ALFRED M., 171 Query St., 
New Bedford, 6th Bristol House District, 
Republican. 

Born: Fitchburg, March 25, 1876. 

Educated: Public and Parochial Schools. 

Occupation : Pharmacist. 

Organizations: Elks; Red Men ; Eagles; 
Moose; Tigers; Sharp Shooters; France- 
American Club. 

Public Office: Mass. Senate, 1925-'28; 
Mass. House, 1917-'24, 1931-'36. 



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BESSETTE, RODOLPHE G., 210 Irving- 
ton St., New Bedford, 6th Bristol House 
District, Demociat. 

Born: New Bedford, Sept. 14, 1911. 

Educated : Assumption Prep. School, As- 
sumption College. 

Occupation : Student. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1935-'36. 



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BIGELOW, ALBERT F., 246 Dudley St., 
Brookline, 2nd Norfolk House District, Re- 
publican. 

Born: Boston, Oct. 4, 1880. 

Educated: Harvard College, Harvard 
University Law School. 

Profession: Lawyer; Trustee, Jute Mnfg. 

Organizations: Masons; Pres. Boston 
Legal Aid Society; Pres. Children's Mu- 
seum. 

Public Office: Chr. Board of Trustees 
Brookline Public Library; Limited Town 
Meeting Member; Mass. House 1927-'36. 



98 




BIRMINGHAM, LEO MICHAEL, 82 
Hunnewell Ave., Boston (Brighton), 22nd 
Suffolk House District, Democrat. 

Born: Boston, April 14, 1893. 

Educated: Boston College. 

Occupation: Funeral Director. 

Organizations: K. of C. ; M. C. 0. F.; 
A. 0. H.; American Legion;' Brighton Cath- 
olic Institute; Mass. Funeral Directors' 
Ass'n. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1925-'36; 
Democratic House Floor Leader, 1933-'34. 



99 




BLAKE, FRED ARTHUR, 19 South 
Main St., Gardner, 2nd Worcester House 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Gardner, Jan. 13, 1895. 

Educated: Gardner and Templeton Pub- 
lic Schools. 

Business: Laundry Proprietor. 

Organizations: Eagles, Gardner Fish and 
Gun Club, Winchendon Rod and Gun Club, 
Templeton Fish and Game Club, Rutland 
Sportsman's Club, Worcester West Pomona 
Grange. 

Public Office: Gardner License Commis- 
sion (Chm.), Mass. House 1935-'36. 
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BOLAND, EDWARD PATRICK, 100 
Mooreland St., Springfield, 4th Hampden 
House District, Democrat. 

Born: Springfield, Oct. 1, 1911. 

Educated: Springfield Classical High '28; 
Bay Path Institute '30. 

Business: Newspaper, Circulation Dept. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1935-'36. 



101 




BOND, RUFUS HALLOWELL, 122 
Grant Ave., Medford, 26th Middlesex House 
District, Republican. 

Born : Everett, Dec. 24, 1896. 

Educated: Harvard College '19; North- 
eastern University Law School '24. 

Profession : Lawyer. 

Organization: American Legion. 

Public Office: Medford School Committee 
1928-'34 (Chairman 1932-'33) ; Schoolhouse 
Building Commission 1933-'34; Mass. House 
1935-'36. 



102 




BOURGEOIS, ALBERT LIONEL, 49 
Frothingham St., Lowell, 16th Middlesex 
House District, Republican. 

Born: Lowell, June 7, 1899. 

Educated: Holy Cross College '22; Har- 
vard Law School '25. 

Profession : Lawyer. 

Organization: American Legion. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1933-'36. 



103 




BOWKER, PHILIP GRIGGS, 48 Welland 
Rd., Brookline, 2nd Norfolk House District, 
Republican. 

Born : Brookline, April 17, 1899. 

Educated: Brookline Schools; Stone 
School of Boston; Dartmouth College 1923. 
Business: Life Ins.; Underwriter and Agt. 
Organizations: Masons; Elks; Am. Legion; 
V. F. W.; K. of P.; 0. E. S.; Dartmouth 
Club of Boston ; Dartmouth Alum. Ass'n., 
Chamber of Commerce, Brookline His. Soc. 

Public Office: Brookline Plan. Bd. 1928- 
'29; Brookline Board of Selectmen 1929-'34; 
Mass. House 1933-'36. 
104 




BOYER, ALBERT OVILA, 199 Chapin 
St., Southbridge, 4th Worcester House Dis- 
trict, Democrat. 

Born: Southbridge, May 27, 1908. 

Educated : Brochu Academy, Southbridge ; 
Assumption College High School, Worcester; 
Boston College. 

Occupation: Town Clerk. 

Organizations: Gibraltar A. A.; K. of 
C; Union St. Jean de Baptiste ; Mass. 
Town, Clerks' Ass'n; Worcester County 
Town Clerks' Ass'n; Boston College Alumni. 

Public Office: Southbridge Town Clerk 4 
yrs.; Mass. House 1935-'36. 
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BRADY, EDWARD T., 396 Washington 
St., Somerville, 23rd Middlesex House Dis- 
trict, Democrat. 

Born: Somerville, Oct. 23, 1908. 

Educated: St. Joseph's School; Somer- 
ville High School; Suffolk Law School. 

Profession : Attorney-at-Law. 

Public Office: Somerville School Commit- 
tee (Chairman) ; Mass. House 1935-'36. 



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1st Bristol House Dis- 



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BRIGGS, FRED 
Main St., Attleboro, 
trict, Republican. 

Born: Attleboro, March 14, 1875. 

Educated: Brown University '97; 
vard Law School 1900. 

Profession : Lawyer. 

Organizations: Elks; Masons; Shrine; 
0. E. S. 

Public Office: Attleboro Municipal Coun- 
cil 1922-'27; Attleboro Mayor 1927-'31; 
Mass. House 1933-'36. 



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BRIGHAM, (MRS.) EMMA E., 78 Bow- 
doin St., Springfield, 6th Hampden House 
District, Republican. 

Born: Hartford, Vt., June 10, 1872. 

Educated: Randolph, Vt., St. Nor. School, 
McLean Hos. Train. School, Waverly, Mass... 
Mass. Gen. Hos. Train. School, Boston. 

Occupation : Housewife. 

Organizations: Springfield Dist. and Mass. 
Worn. Rep. Club; Morning Club; 0. E. S.; 
Rep. Club of Mass.; Hampden City. Worn. 
Club; Nat'l Soc. Puritan Descendants. 

Public Office: Springfield Com. Council; 
Board of Aldermen; Mass. House 1929-'36. 
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BRIMBLECOM, WARREN KINGSBURY, 
5 Fairfield St., Newtonville, 4th Middlesex 
House District, Republican. 

Born: Newton, June 25, 1899. 

Educated : Massachusetts Institute of 
Technology '21. 

Business: Managing Editor, Newton Gra- 
phic. 

Organization: Newton Rotary Club. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1933-'36. 



109 




BROWN, WILLIAM ALBERT, 47 West 
St., North Abington, 5th Plymouth House 
District, Republican. 

Born: Abington, Feb. 5, 1888. 

Educated: Abington Schools. 

Business: Automobile Dealer. 

Organizations: Odd Fellows, Masons, Ki- 
wanis. 

Public Office: Town Finance Comm.; Mass. 
House 1931-'36. 



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BURGESS, ARTHUR L, 14 Marion St., 
Quincy, 4th Norfolk House District, Repub- 
lican. 

Born : Kingston, N. Y., Oct. 13, 1894. 

Educated: High School, Law School. 

Profession : Attorney-at-Law. 

Organizations: Masons; Kiwanis (Past 
President) ; Director Y. M. C. A. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1929-'36. 



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CAHILL, HORACE TRACY, 60 Arbor- 
way Drive, East Braintree, 6th Norfolk 
House District, Republican. 

Born: New York City, Dec. 12, 1894. 

Educated: Boston English High, Hunting- 
ton Prep., Northeastern Univ. Law, Tufts. 

Profession : Lawyer. 

Organizations: Masons; American Legion; 
I. 0. 0. F.; "40 & 8." 

Public Office: Highway Surveyor 1927-'29, 
Commissioner Public Welfare 1927-'35; Se- 
lectman 1927-'35; Chairman 1928-'29, 1932- 
'33; Mass. House 1929-'36; House Floor 
Leader. 

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CANDE, ZACHEUS H., Under Mountain 
Rd., Sheffield, 5th Berkshire House District, 
Republican. 

Born: Sheffield, Feb. 15, 1876. 

Educated: Sheffield Schools and Albany 
Business College. 

Occupation : Farmer and Fruit Grower. 

Organizations: Cincinnatus Lodge of Ma- 
sons; Sheffield Grange 224. 

Public Office: School Committee 17 years; 
Mass. House 1933-'36. 



113 




CARNEY, LEO EDWARD JOSEPH, 170 
Rodney French Blvd., New Bedford, 8th 
Bristol House District, Republican. 

Born : Pawtucket, R. I., Nov. 16, 1899. 

Educated: New Bedford Public Schools. 

Business: Textile 

Organizations: Bay View Cricket Club; 
Cercle Champlain : Cercle Canadien ; Ameri- 
can Federation of Labor 

Public Office: New Bedford City Council 
1929-'32: Mass. House 1933-'36. 



114 




CARROLL, MICHAEL J., 56 Mudge St., 
Lynn, 11th Essex House District, Democrat. 

Born: Lynn, June 21, 1891. 

Educated: Lynn Schools. 

Occupation : Shoe-cutter. 

Organizations: Mass. Catholic Order of 
Foresters; Elks; St. Pius Club. 

Public Office: Lynn City Councillor 1920- 
'23; Councillor-at-Large 1930-'35; Mass. 
House 1935-'36. 



115 




CASEY, BERNARD P. (DICK), 33 New- 
hall St., Boston (Dorchester), 16th Suffolk 
House District, Democrat. 

Born: Boston, July 29, 1894. 

Educated: Minot Grammar School, South 
Boston High School. 

Business: Salesman, Contractor. 

Organizations: Knights of Columbus, St. 
Ann's Holy Name Society, Casey Club, Ne- 
ponset Wanderers. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1925- , 26, 
1935-'36. 



116 




CENTRACCHIO, TONY A., 705 Benning- 
ton St., Boston (East Boston), 1st Suffolk 
House District, Democrat. 

Born: Chelsea, May 25, 1906. 

Educated: Emerson Grammar School, 
East Boston; Boston High School of Com- 
merce, Suffolk Law School. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: Knights of Columbus, 
Sons of Italy, Orient Heights Lodge, Suffolk 
Law School Alumni Association. 

Public Office: Mass. House 193>3-'36. 



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CHASE, CHESTER W., 66 Hillman St., 
New Bedford, 7th Bristol House District, 
Republican. 

Born : Oak Bluffs, Aug. 27, 1885. 

Educated: New Bedford Public Schools. 

Business: Cotton Broker. 

Organization : Masons. 

Public Office: New Bedford City Council, 
2 years, Mass. House. 1927-'36. 



118 




CLAMPIT, RALPH VESTER, 137 Belvi- 
dere St., Springfield, 9th Hampden House 
District, Republican. 

Born: Springfield, March 28, 1896. 

Educated: Northeastern University Law 
School, 1928. 

Business: Machine Designer. 

Organization: Odd Fellows. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1933-'36. 



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CLARKSON, FRANK, 116 Mower St., 
Worcester, 21st Worcester House District, 
Republican. 

Born: Worcester, June 21, 1877. 

Educated: Grammar School, Hinman's 
Business College. 

Occupation: Real Estate (Retired). 

Organizations: Masons, Odd Fellows, Tat- 
nuck Club. 

Public Office: Worcester Councilman, 
1927-'31, Mass. House 1931-'36. 



120 




CLEARY, IGNATIUS B., 91 Pinehurst 
Ave., Auburn, 5th Worcester House District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Leicester, May 19, 1892. 

Educated: Leicester Public Schools. 

Business : Building Contractor. 

Public Office: Auburn Board of Selectmen, 
Mass. House 1935-'36. 



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CLEARY, JOSEPH FRANCIS, 38 High 
St., Cambridge, 3rd Middlesex House Dis- 
trict, Democrat. 

Born: Cambridge, Sept. 4, 1901. 

Educated: Cambridge Latin School. 

Business: Real Estate. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1933-'36. 



122 




COADY, FRANCIS DAVID, 64 Willow 
St., East Cambridge, 1st Middlesex House 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Cambridge, Jan. 20, 1884. 

Educated: Cambridge Schools. 

Business: Florist. 

Public Office: Cambridge City Council, 
Mass. House, 1933-'36. 



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COAKLEY, ANDREW J., 553 Springfield 
St., Chicopee, 10th Hampden House District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Chicopee, Nov. 6, 1906. 

Educated: Chicopee Schools. 

Business: Salesman. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1933-'36. 



124 




CODDAIRE, Jr., JOHN W., 94 Portland 
St., Haverhill, 2nd Essex House District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Haverhill, Aug. 29, 1905. 

Educated: St. James High School '23; 
Holy Cross College '27, Boston University 
Law School '30. 

Profession : Lawyer. 

Organizations: Knights of Columbus, 
Catholic Order of Foresters, Executive 
Committee of Haverhill Bar Ass'n. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1935-'36, 



125 




COFFEY, EDWARD A., 112 Bay View 
Ave., Salem, 13th Essex House District, Re- 
publican. 

Born: Salem, Oct. 17, 1892. 

Educated : St. John's Preparatory College, 
Danvers; Boston College, Harvard Law 
School. 

Profession : Attorney-at-Law. 

Organizations: Elks, Eagles, Knights of 
Columbus. 

Public Office: Salem City Council, Mass. 
House 1935-'36. 



126 




COHEN, SAMUEL H., 39 Schuyler St., 
Boston (Roxbury), 12th Suffolk House Dis- 
trict, Republican. 

Born: Boston, May 24, 1904. 

Educated: Boston University Law School, 
LL.B., 1924, LL.M., 1925. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: Knights of Pythias, Ma- 
sons, Boston Y. M. H. A. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1933-'36. 



127 




COMERFORD, JOHN T., 103 Francis St., 
Brookline, 2nd Norfolk House District, 
Republican. 

Born : Brookline, June 8, 1887. 

Educated: Brookline High School, North- 
eastern University Law, Harvard Law 
School. 

Profession : Lawyer. 

Organizations: Am. Legion, V. P. W., K. 
of C, M. C. 0. F. 

Public Office: Brookline Town Meeting- 
Member, Assessor, Capt. Inf. U. S. A., Mass. 
House 1931-'36. 



128 




COMERFORD, RICHARD, 31 Marshall 
St., Leominster, 10th Worcester House Dis- 
trict, Republican. 

Born: Leominster, Oct. 13, 1905. 

Educated: Leominster Public Schools, 
Suffolk Law School. 

Profession : Lawyer. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1933-'36. 



129 




CONNELLY, EDWARD J., 39 Lawrence 
St., Wakefield, 19th Middlesex House, Dis- 
trict, Democrat. 

Born: Chelsea, Oct. 10, 1876. 

Educated: Wakefield High School. 

Business: Retail Merchant — Men's Cloth- 
ing and Furnishings. 

Organizations: American Legion, Veter- 
ans of Foreign Wars, Spanish War Veter- 
ans, Y. D. Veterans Ass'n, Elks, Knights of 
Columbus, A. 0. H. 

Public Office: Wakefield Finance Board, 
Mass. House 1935-'36. 



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COOKE, CHARLES H., 182 Cottage St., 
Athol, 1st Worcester House District, Repub- 
lican. 

Born: Athol, May 13, 1878. 

Educated: Athol High School, Amherst 
College 1900. 

Business: Real Estate. 

Organizations: Masons, Rotary Interna- 
tional. 

Public Office: Athol Selectman 15 years, 
Mass. House 1933-'36. 



131 




COONEY, TIMOTHY JOSEPH, 6 Worth 
St., Worcester, 16th Worcester House Dis- 
trict, Democrat. 

Born: Worcester, Sept. 30, 1909. 

Educated: Worcester Public and Paro- 
chial Schools, St. Peter's High School, Wor- 
cester. 

Business: Retail Liquors. 

Organizations: St. Peter's Alumni Ass'n., 
Young Men's Democratic Club, A. 0. H., 
Worcester Democratic City Committee. 

Public Office: Worcester City Council, 
Mass. House 1935-'36. 



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COUGHLIN, FRANK BERNARD, 167 

Pleasant St., Norwood, 8th Norfolk House 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Norwood, Jan. 11, 1891. 

Educated: Suffolk Law School. 

Profession : Lawyer. 

Organizations: K. of C, Elks, American 
Legion. 

Public Office: Town Planning Board 8 
years, Mass. House 1931-'36. 



133 




COYNE, FRANCIS X., 424 Bowdoin St., 
Boston (Dorchester), 15th Suffolk House 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Whitman, March 15, 1891. 

Educated: Dorchester Evening High 
School, Berkeley Preparatory School, Bos- 
ton University Law School. 

Business: Clerk. 

Organizations: American Legion, Tam- 
many Club of Dorchester. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1921-'28, 
1935-'36. 



134 




CROSBY, NELSON B., 10 Davis Ave., 
Arlington, 28th Middlesex House District, 
Republican. 

Born: Arlington, June 20, 1871. 

Educated: Arlington Public Schools. 

Business: Market Gardener. 

Organizations : Arlington Chamber of 
Commerce, Boston Market Gardeners' Ass'n, 
Modern Woodmen of America. 

Public Office: Selectman 1922-'28 (Ch. 
1924-'27), Joint Bd. Selectmen and Pub. 
Works 1922-'28, Fin. Comm., (Ch. 1921), Lo- 
cal Chairman Conservation Comm. World 
War, Mass. House 1931-'36. 
135 




CURRIER, RALPH RAYMOND, Bout- 
well St., Wilmington, 17th Middlesex House 
District, Republican. 

Born: North Andover, Oct. 28, 1892. 

Educated: Johnson High School, Went- 
worth Institute. 

Business: Provision Dealer. 

Organization : Masons. 

Public Office: Wilmington Town Clerk, 
Mass. House 1935-'36. 



136 




CURTIS, LAURENCE, 464 Beacon St., 
Boston, 5th Suffolk House Dist., Republican. 

Born: Boston, Sept. 3, 1893. 

Educated: Harvard College '16, Harvard 
Law School '21. 

Profession : Lawyer. 

Organizations: Masons, A. L., M.O.W.W., 
Director Fam. Welfare Soc, Boston C. of C, 
Boston, Mass., and American Bar Ass'ns. 

Public Office: Attache American Em- 
bassy 1916, Secretary of Justice of the Su- 
preme Court U. S. 1920, Asst. U. S. Dist. 
Attorney, Boston, 1923-'24, Boston City 
Council 1930-'33, Mass. House 1933-'36. 
137 




DEAN, ERNEST J., Chilmark, 1st Dukes 
House District, Republican. 

Born: Lawrence, April 5, 1883. 

Educated: N. Y. Public Schools. 

Business: Marine Fisheries. 

Organizations: A. F. & A. M., Odd Fel- 
lows, I. 0. R. M., Grange. 

Public Office: Town Clerk 1920-'34, Mass. 
House 1923-'3G. 



138 




DEARBORN, HIRAM N., 86 Electric 
Ave., Somerville, 25th Middlesex House Dis- 
trict, Republican. 

Born: Provincetown, Dec. 21, 1867. 

Educated: Provincetown Schools. 

Business: Contractor, Painter. 

Organizations: Masons, Odd Fellows, 
Knights of Pythias. 

Public Office: Somerville Board of Alder- 
men 6 yrs., Mass. House 1923-'30, 1933-'36. 



139 




DELMORE, THOMAS A., 176 Andover 
St., Lowell, 15th Middlesex House District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Lowell, Dec. 21, 1894. 

Educated: St. Patrick's Boys' School, 
Lowell High School, Suffolk Law School. 

Profession : Attorney-at-Law. 

Organizations: St. Patrick's Alumni, Lo- 
well Post A. L. No. 87, K. of C, Y. M. C. I., 
Suffolk Law Alumni, Longmeadow Golf 
Club. 

Public Office: Lowell Councillor-at-Large. 
Mass. House 1933-'36. 



140 




DEMETER, GEORGE, 214 Huntington 
Ave., Boston (Back Bay), 4th Suffolk 
House District, Republican. 

Born: Athens, Greece, March 13, 1896. 

Educated: Boston Public Schools, Harvard 
College '18, Boston University Law School 
'24. 

Profession : Lawyer-Parliamentarian. 

Organizations: Ancient & Honorable Ar- 
tillery, A. F. & A. M., Mass. Consistory, 
Aleppo Temple, 0. E. S. Elks, American 
Legion, Army and Navy Club, Captain State 
Staff M. N. G. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1933-'36. 



141 




DEWAR, BURT, 38 Webber St., Maiden, 
21st Middlesex House District, Republican. 

Born: Maiden, Dec. 29, 1884. 

Educated: Maiden Public Schools. 

Business : Contractor. 

Organizations: Elks, Knights of Pythias, 
Red Men, Masons, Eagles, Moose, Kiwanis, 
Maiden Club. 

Public Office: Maiden Common Council 
1910-'ll, Maiden Bd. Aldermen 1914-'19, 
Chm. 1916-'18, Street and Water Commis- 
sion 1920-'23, Mass. House 1923-'36. 



142 




DILLON, THOMAS PATRICK, 255% 

Broadway, Cambridge, 1st Middlesex House 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Cambridge, Feb. 19, 1901. 

Educated: Boston College High, St. 
Mary's Parochial School. 

Occupation: Telephone Employee. 

Organizations: Cambridge Council, K. of 
C, Bishop Cheverus Assembly. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1933-'36. 



143 




DOLE, FRED BELDING, Shelburne 
Falls, 1st Franklin House District, Republi- 
can. 

Born: Ellington, Conn., Jan. 23, 1895. 

Educated: Arms Academy. 

Business : Farmer. 

Organizations: Grange, Deputy Mass. 
State Grange. 

Public Office: President Franklin County 
Agricultural Society, President Franklin 
County Dairymen's Association, Vice-Pres. 
Mass. Fairs Association, Pres. Franklin 
County Congregational Conference, Mass. 
House 1933-'36. 

144 




DONAHUE, JOHN JOSEPH, 108 Sum- 
mer St., Somerville, 24th Middlesex House 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Somerville, March 14, 1906. 

Educated: Boston College '29. 

Business: Salesman, Investments. 

Organizations: Knights of Columbus, 
Mass. Catholic Order of Foresters. 

Public Office : Somerville School Commit- 
tee 1932-'36, Mass. House 1935-'36. 



145 




DONAHUE, MARTIN WILLIAM, 92 
Crescent St., Franklin, 11th Norfolk House 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Franklin, Jan. 4, 1893. 

Educated: Public Schools, Wentworth 
Institute. 

Business : Merchant. 

Organizations: American Legion, Red 
Men. 

Public Office: Franklin Board of Select- 
men, Mass. House 1935-'36. 



146 




DONNELLY, JAMES P., 221 Bailey St., 
Lawrence, 6th Essex House District, Demo- 
crat. 

Born: Manchester, N. H., Feb. 26, 1890. 

Educated: Lawrence Grammar Schools, 
Lawrence Evening- High School. 

Occupation: Salesman and Clerk 

Public Office: Constitutional Convention 
1917-'18, Mass. House 1920, 1933-'36. 



147 



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DONOVAN, CORNELIUS P., 74 Han- 
over St., Lynn, 9th Essex House District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Lynn, March 15, 1895. 

Educated: Suffolk Law School 1930. 

Profession : Lawyer. 

Organization: American Leg-ion. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1933-'36. 



148 




DOOLEY, JOSEPH WILLIAM, 1 Bene- 
fit St., Taunton, 3rd Bristol House District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Taunton, Oct. 25, 1904. 

Educated: Taunton Public Schools, Went- 
worth Institute. 

Business: Transportation. 

Organization: Knights of Columbus. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1935-'36. 



149 




DORGAN, THOMAS, 43 Owencroft Rd., 
Boston, (Dorchester), 17th Suffolk House 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Clonakilty, County Cork, Ireland, 
Aug. 15, 1892. 

Educated: National Schools of Ireland, 
Boston University Law School (LLB). 

Occupation: On leave of absence. 

Organizations: Ward 17 Democratic Club, 
St. Gregory's Court, M.C.O.F., Boston Car- 
men's Union, Old Dorchester Post 65, A. L. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1933-'36. 



150 




DOWNEY, JOSEPH H., 254 Main St., 
Brockton, 9th Plymouth House District, 
Democrat. 

Born : Boston, Dec. 6, 1890. 

Educated: Oliver Ames High, No. Easton. 

Occupation : Cutter. 

Organizations: Oko Club, K. of C, Elks. 

Public Office: Brockton City Council 5 
years, Mass. House 1931-'36. 



151 




DOYLE, ANTHONY R., 150 Beacon St., 
Worcester, 19th Worcester House District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Worcester, Aug. 8, 1895. 

Educated: Worcester Academy, Holy 
Cross College, Georgetown University. 

Business: Real Estate, Mortgages. 

Organizations: St. Anne's T. A., Worces- 
ter Lodge of Elks, American Legion. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1929-'36. 



152 




DRISCOLL, GEORGE F., 718 Second St., 
Fall River, 10th Bristol House District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Fall River, Nov. 22, 1900. 

Educated: N. B. Borden Grammar School, 
B. M. C. Durfee High School, Boston Univ. 
Law School, '22. 

Profession : Attorney-at-Law. 

Organization: Elks. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1933-'36. 



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DURANT, CLARENCE N., 81 Franklin 
St., Lee, 4th Berkshire House District, Dem- 
ocrat. 

Born: Lee, May 15, 1884. 

Educated: Lee Public Schools. 

Business: Insurance. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1935-'36. 



154 




ERICKSON, SVEN A., 15 Forestdale Rd., 
Worcester, 13th Worcester House District, 
Republican. 

Born: Boras, Sweden, Dec. 9, 1875. 

Educated: Sweden. 

Business: Barber (Proprietor). 

Organizations: Ragnar V. 0., Viking S. F. 
of A., Sons of Ragnar. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1927-'36. 



155 




ESTABROOK, HENRY A., 22 Pearl St., 
Fitchburg, 11th Worcester House District, 
Republican. 

Born: Ashby, April 22, 1850. 

Educated: Ashby Schools, Appleton Aca- 
demy, New Ipswich, N. H. 

Business: Surgical Mechanical Appli- 
ances. 

Organizations: Masons, Odd Fellows, 
Trustee Mass. College of Pharmacy 16 yrs., 
Fitchburg Bd. of Trade, Merchants' Ass'n, 
Fitchburg Sportsman's Club. 

Public Office: Fitchburg Sch. Bd. 1910-'20, 
Mass. House 1925-'36. 

156 




EVERBERG, GUSTAVE WILLIAM, 11 
Cleveland Ave., Woburn, 18th Middlesex 
House District, Republican. 

Born: Woburn, June 24, 1890. 

Educated : Woburn Public Schools, Bur- 
dett College. 

Business: Merchant Tailor. 

Organizations: American Legion, Rotary 
Club of Woburn, Y's Men's Club of Woburn. 

Public Office: Woburn City Council 1920 
and 1922, 1932-'33, Mass. House 1923- , 26, 
1935-'36. 



157 




FALVEY, JOHN J., 662 South Bridge 
St.. Holyoke, 12th Hampden House District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Hartford, Conn., Feb. 22, 1904. 

Educated: Holyoke High, Northeastern 
University. 

Occupation: Undertaker and Law Stu- 
dent. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1935-'36. 



158 






FINKELSTEIN, BERNARD, 1203 Blue 
Hill Ave., Boston (Dorchester), 14th Suffolk 
House District. Democrat. 

Born : Poland, July 4, 1887. 

Educated:, English High School, Harvard 
Dental School. 

Profession : Dentist. 

Organizations: Elks, Boston Y. M. H. A., 
West End Y. M. H. A., American Legion, 
1st Lieut. Dental Reserve Corps, U. S. A,, 
Mass. Dent. Soc, Xi Psi Dental Frat. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1921-'26, 
1931-'32, 1935-'36. 



159 




FLAHERTY, THOMAS ALOYSIUS, 399 
Bunker Hill St., Boston (Charlestown), 2nd 
Suffolk House District, Democrat. 

Born: Charlestown, Dec. 21, 1898. 

Educated: Boston College High School '17. 

Occupation : Clerk. 

Organizations: American Legion, Knights 
of Columbus, National Federation of Fed- 
eral Employees. 

Public Office: Mass. Honsa 1935-'36. 



160 




FLANNERY, THOMAS J., 16 Boynton 
St., Waltham, 7th Middlesex House District, 
Democrat. 

Born : Waltham, Aug. 9, 1886. 

Educated: St. Joseph Parochial School, 
Waltham. 

Business: Real Estate and Insurance. 

Organization: Knights of Columbus. 

Public Office: Waltham City Council 
1928-'35, Mass. House 1935-'36. 



161 




FLOYD, FRANK L., 9 Friend St., Man- 
chester, 16th Essex House District, Repub- 
lican. 

Born: Manchester, October 17, 1893. 

Educated: Manchester Public Schools. 

Business : Merchant and Insurance Agt. 

Organizations: 32nd Degree Mason, Odd 
Fellows, Sons of Union Veterans, A.O.U.W. 

Public Office : Town Clerk and Member of 
Planning Board, Mass. House 1933-'36. 



102 




FOLEY, JOHN J., 20 Rindge Ave., Cam- 
bridge, 3rd Middlesex House District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Cambridge, Jan. 25, 1888. 

Educated: Cambridge Schools. 

Business: Insurance Broker. 

Organizations: K. of C, American 
Legion. 

Public Office: Cambridge City Council 
1914-'15, 1932-'34 (President 1933-'34), 
Mass. House 1935-'36. 



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FOLEY, KATHERINE ALENA, 17 
Allyn Terrace, Lawrence, 3rd Essex House 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Ireland, May 10, 1889. 

Educated: Cannon's Commercial College. 

Business : Clerk. 

Organizations: Ladies' Auxiliary An- 
cient Order of Hibernians, Orphans' Friend 
Society, Democratic Women's Club. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1935-'36. 



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GALLAGHER, OWEN, 652 Columbia 
Rd., Boston (Dorchester), 7th Suffolk House 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Ireland, Nov. 12, 1884. 

Educated: Irish National Schools, South 
Boston Evening- High School, Burdett's Col- 
lege, Dr. Curry's School of Expression, 
Y.M.C.A. Law School, Charles H. Innes Lav/ 
School. 

Profession : Attorney-at-Law. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1933-'36. 



165 




GILMARTIN, JOHN J., 8 Smith St., 
Fitchburg, 11th Worcester House District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Worcester, Sept. 25, 1892. 

Educated: Fitchburg Schools, Commer- 
cial College. 

Business: Electrical Contractor. 

Organizations: Elks, Knights of Colum- 
bus. 

Public Office: Fitchburg City Council 
1932-'33, Mass. House 1933-'36. 



166 




G1R0UX, EUGENE H., 45 Pennsylvania 
Ave., Somerville, 24th Middlesex House Dis- 
trict, Democrat. 

Born: Somerville, Jan. 20, 1903. 

Educated: Boston College, B. U. Law 
School. 

Profession : Lawyer. 

Organizations: K. of C, M. C. O. F. % 
Royal Arcanum, Cath. Alumni Sodality of 
Boston, St. Vincent de Paul Society, Olym- 
pic Club, Democratic State Committee. 

Public Office: Somerville School Commit- 
tee 1930-'31, Mass. House 1931-'36. 



167 




GLEASON, JOHN LEO, 31 Norfolk St., 
Boston (Roxbury), 9th Suffolk House Dis- 
trict, Democrat. 

Born : Boston, June 27, 1903. 

Educated: Boston Public Schools. 

Occupation : City Constable. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1935-'36. 



168 




GOTT, HOLLIS M., 90 Churchill Avenue, 
Arlington, 28th Middlesex House District, 
Republican. 

Born: Arlington, May 25, 1885. 

Educated : Arlington Public Schools. 

Business: Insurance Broker. 

Organizations: Hiram Lodge A. F. & 
A. M., Army and Navy Club. 

Public Office: Arlington Finance Com- 
mittee 1922-'26, (Chm. 1925-'26), Bd. of Se- 
lectmen 1926-'32, (Chm. 2 yrs), Joint Board 
1926-'32 (Chm. 2 yrs.), Mass. House 
1933-'36. 



169 



GRANT, WILLIAM PATRICK, 95 Weet- 
amoe St., Fall River, 11th Bristol House 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Fall River, Nov. 5, 1904. 

Educated: Durfee High School, Herrick's 
Business School, Fall River Textile School. 

Business: Salesman. 

Organizations: Eagles, Democratic Young 
Men's Club, Secretary Democratic City 
Committee of Fall River. 

Public Office: Mass. House, 1933-'36. 



170 




GUNN, JAMES A., 10 High St., Turner's 
Falls, Montague, 3rd Franklin House Dis- 
trict, Republican. 

Born: Montague, June 7, 1883. 

Educated: Montague High School, Cush- 
ing Academy. 

Business: Clothier, Chairman Investment 
Board Crocker Institution for Savings. 

Organizations: Masons, Odd Fellows, 
Orange, Rotary, Governor 30th District, 
Rotary International, 1927-1928. 

Public Office: School Committee, Mass. 
House 1933-'36. 



171 




HALLIWELL, JOHN, 26 George St., 
New Bedford, 8th Bristol House District, 
Republican. 

Born: Mossley, Eng., Feb. 21, 1864. 

Educated: Public Schools. 

Occupation : Retired. 

Organizations: Masons, A. 0. U. W., I. 0. 
0. F., Manchester Unity. 

Public Office: New Bedford Common 
Council 1905-'07, Mass. Senate 1918-'24, 
Mass. House 1914-'17, 1927-'36. 



172 



HAMILTON, RALPH N., 9 Cottage St., 
Cambridge, 2nd Middlesex House District, 
Republican. 

Born: Cambridge, Nov. 16, 1898. 

Educated : Morse Grammar School, Rindge 
Technical School. 

Business: Insurance. 

Organization: A. F. & A. M. 

Public Office: Cambridge City Council 
1926-'29, Mass. House 1929-'36. 



173 




HANNAFORD, WILLIAM ARTHUR, 

210 Lake St., East Weymouth, 5th Norfolk 
House District, Republican. 

Born: Medford, October 14, 1892. 

Educated: Weymouth Public Schools. 

Business: Ice and Coal Dealer. 

Organizations: Elks, Knights of Pythias, 
Rotary, President of Chamber of Commerce. 

Public Office: Chairman Board of Select- 
men, Mass. House 1933-'36. 



174 




HANNON, Jr., THOMAS J., 15 Hartford 

St., Boston (Dorchester), 13th Suffolk House 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Boston, Dec. 9, 1900. 

Educated: Canisius College, Catholic 
University, Northeastern Law School '28. 

Profession : Lawyer. 

Organization: Mass. Catholic Order of 
Foresters. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1935-'36. 



175 




HARNISCH, JOSEPH J., 553 McKinstry 
Ave., Chicopee, 11th Hampden House Dis- 
trict. Republican-Democrat. 

Born: Rougemont, France, Dec. 28, 1883. 

Educated: Holyoke Public Schools. 

Occupation : Foreman, Anker Printing 
Co., Holyoke. 

Organizations: Foresters of America, 
Eagles, Red Men, Holyoke Typographical 
Union, St. Jean Baptiste, Connecticut Val- 
ley Printing Craftsmen. 

Public Office: Chicopee License Commis- 
sioner 1924-'30, Mass. House 1933-'36. 



176 




HASSETT, GEORGE PATERSON, 37 
Walter St., Medford, 26th Middlesex House 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Roxbury, May 25, 1888. 

Educated: Charlestown High School 
State University Extension. 

Business: Men's Clothing. 

Organizations: Knights of Columbus, 
Mass. Catholic Order of Foresters, Medford 
Elks. 

Public Office: Medford Board of Alder- 
s' 11 ^^L (President 1934-'35), Mass. 
House 1935-'36. 



177 




HASTINGS, WILLIAM ALEXANDER, 
11 Upham Ter., Maiden, 21st Middlesex 
House District, Republican. 

Born: Charlestown, Feb. 22, 1868. 

Educated: Charlestown, Chelsea and New- 
buryport Schools. 

Business: Auditor. 

Organizations: Odd Fellows, PGM-PGR, 
Elks, Grange, Masons 32d, Shrine, Knight 
Templar, 0. E. S., Vet. For. Wars (Hon). 

Public Office: Pres. Maiden Council 4 
terms, Controller of Accounts, Mayor 1905, 
1930-'32, Mass. House 1935-'36. 



178 




HATHAWAY, JAMES DOLAN, 693 
Walnut St., Fall River, 12th Bristol House 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Fall River, Nov. 17, 1907. 

Educated: B. M. C. Durfee High School 
'25. 

Business: Efficiency Expert, Foreman. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1935-'36. 



179 




HAVEY, CLAYTON LOCKE, 140 Church 
St., Boston, (West Roxbury), 20th Suffolk 
House District, Republican. 

Born: Roslindale, July 17, 1897. 

Educated: Boston Public Schools, Phil- 
lips Andover Academy. 

Business: Builder. 

Organization : Masons. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1933-"36. 



180 




HAYS, MARTIN, 15 Park Vale Ave., Bos- 
ton (Allston), 21st Suffolk House District, 
Republican. 

Born: New York, N. Y., Oct. 14, 1876. 

Profession: Lawyer, 18 Tremont St., 
Boston. 

Public Office: Mass. House, 1910, 1912-'14, 
Masd. Senate, 1915-'16, Mass. House 1917- 
'30, 1933-'36. 



181 




HEALY, JEREMIAH JOSEPH, 31 Win- 
nemay St., Natick, 6th Middlesex House 
District, Democrat. 

Born : Ireland, July 2, 1872. 

Educated: National Schools, Ireland. 

Occupation : Retired. 

Organizations: K. of C, A. O. H., Elks, 
Colonel Infantry (Ret.), American Legion, 
Democratic State Committee, Jefferson So- 
ciety. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1921-'32, 
1935-'36. 



182 




HEDGES, CHARLES W., 282 Beale St., 
Qu'incy (Wollaston), 4th Norfolk House 
District, Republican. 

Born: Westfield, March 27, 1901. 

Educated: Dean Academy, Syracuse Uni- 
versity. 

Business: Commercial Reporting, Pres. 
of The Standard Service Bureau, Inc. 

Organization : Lions. 

Public Office: Quincv City Council 1930- 
'32, Mass. House 1933-'36. 



183 




HENNIGAN, JAMES W., 6 Buckman St., 
Boston, (Roxbury Crossing), 10th Suffolk 
House District, Democrat. 

Born: Boston, Nov. 24, 1890. 

Educated: Boston English High School 
(Evening). 

Business: Real Estate, Insurance. 

Organizations: Knights of Columbus, 
Mass. Catholic Order of Foresters. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1931-'36. 



184 




HERTER, CHRISTIAN ARCHIBALD, 
61 Beacon St., Boston, 5th Suffolk House 
District, Republican. 

Born: Paris, France, March 28, 1895. 

Educated : Harvard. 

Business: Publisher. 

Organization : Masons. 

Public Office: Attache American Em- 
bassy Berlin, 1916-'17, Special Asst. Dept. of 
State 1917-'18, Sec. American Comm. to 
Negotiate Peace 1918-'19, Asst. to Sec. of 
Commerce Herbert Hoover 1919-'24, Mass. 
House 1931-'36. 



185 




HIGGINS, WILLIAM FRANCIS, 20 
Glen Rd., Boston, (Jamaica Plain), 11th 
Suffolk House District, Democrat. 

Born: Roxbury, June 16, 1899. 

Educated: Dudley Grammar School, Rox- 
bury Evening High School. 

Business: N. Y., N. H. & H. Railroad 
Employee. 

Organization: Columbia Court 95, M. C. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1935-'36. 



186 




HOGAN, CHARLES V., 36 Newhall St., 
Lynn, 11th Essex House District, Demo- 
Born: Lynn, April 12, 1897. 
Educated: Suffolk Law School 1921. 
Profession : Lawyer. 
Public Office: Mass. House 1935-'36. 



187 



HONAN, DANIEL J., 19 Wheelock St., 
Winthrop, 26th Suffolk House District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Fall River, Jan. 19, 1884. 

Educated: Commercial College, Fall 
River; Suffolk Law School. 

Business: Proprietor, Auto Service Sta- 
tion. 

Organizations: Elks, K. of C. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1933-'36. 



188 




HORTON, FRANK HATHAWAY, Bay 
State Rd., Rehoboth, 5th Bristol House Dis- 
trict, Republican. 

Born: Rehoboth, July 15, 1874. 

Educated: Public Schools. 

Business: Dairy and Poultry Farmer. 

Organizations: Masons, Red Men, Grange, 
Eastern Star, Rehoboth Antiquarian Soci- 
ety, Mass. Selectmen's Association, Seekonk 
Gun Club. 

Public Office: Rehoboth Selectman 1912- 
'35, Assessor 1912-'17, Board of Health, 
Postmaster 1900-'10, Mass. House 1935-'36. 



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HUTCHINSON, FRED A., 36 Savory St., 
Lynn, 10th Essex House District, Repub- 
lican. 

Born: Chelsea, April 5, 1881. 

Educated: Lynn Public Schools. 

Business: Inst. Scale Draughtsman. 

Organizations: Masons, Odd Fellows, 
Knights of Pythias, Red Men. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1921-'22, 
1925-'30. 1933-'36. 



190 




INNES, CHARLES JOHN, 51 Exeter St., 
Boston, 4th Suffolk House District, Repub- 
lican. 

Born: New York City, June 1, 1901. 

Educated: Harvard College '22, Boston 
University Law School, '26. 

Profession : Lawyer. 

Organization : Masons. 

Public Office: Assistant Corporation 
Counsel, Boston, 1927-'30, Mass. House 
1933-'36. 



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IRWIN, FRANCIS WILLIAM, 216 
Havre St., Boston (East Boston), 1st Suf- 
folk House District, Democrat. 

Born: East Boston, Nov. 19, 1905. 

Educated: U. S. Grant Grammar, East 
Boston High, Burdett College. 

Business: Clerk, Athletic Coach. 

Organizations: Knights of Columbus, 
Mass. Catholic Order of Foresters, Fitton 
Athletic Club, East Boston High Alumni, 
Sacred Heart H. N. S., Uxbridge Club. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1935-'36. 



192 




JOHNSON, ADOLPH, 11 Second Street, 
Brockton, 8th Plymouth House District, 
Republican. 

Born: Sweden, July 20, 1885. 

Educated: Sweden. 

Business: Shoe Repairing. 

Organizations: Scandinavian Fraternity 
of America, Knights of Pythias, Vasa Order. 

Public Office: Councilman 1926-'29, Al- 
derman 1930-'32, Mass. House 1933-'36. 



193 




JONES, ARCHIBALD L., So. Main St., 
Middleton, 7th Essex House District, Re- 
publican. 

Born: Cowansville, Que., Canada, June 
26, 1900. 

Educated: Northeastern Univ., Hunting- 
ton Prep. School, Danvers High School. 

Business: Electrical and Ilium. Eng. 

Organizations: Masons, I.O.O.F., Red 
Men, Selectmen's Ass'n, Mun. Lgt'g Ass'n. 

Public Office: Chairman Board of Select- 
men 1931-'33, Chm. Board of Health 1931- 
'33, Chm. Elec. Light Commission, Repub- 
lican Town Comm., Mass. House 1933-'36. 
194 




JONES, GEiRALD DENISON, 30 Lev- 
erett St., Amherst, 3rd Hampshire House 
District, Republican. 

Born: Hansport, N. S., Aug. 24, 1878. 

Educated: Mass. State College '03. 

Business: Lumbering, Farming, Real Es- 
tate. 

Organizations: Masons, Shrine. 

Public Office: Amherst Selectman 7 years, 
Mass. House 1935-'36. 



195 




JONES, WILLIAM A., Main St., Barn- 
stable, 1st Barnstable House District, Re- 
publican. 

Born: Barnstable, March 27, 1885. 

Educated: Barnstable Public Schools. 

Business: Contractor. 

Organizations: Odd Fellows, Elks, K. of 
P., Masons, Grange. 

Public Office: Highway Surveyor, Board 
of Health, Mass. House 1928-'36. 



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JORDAN, MICHAEL H., 28 Exchange 
St., Lawrence, 4th Essex House District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Lawrence, Feb. 7, 1863. 

Educated: Public Schools. 

Business: Woolsorter. 

Organizations: Woolsorters' Union, Wool- 
sorters' Benefit Association, Holy Name and 
Catholic Clubs, Owls, Elks, K. of C. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1916-'36. 



197 




KEARNS, PATRICK JOSEPH, 16 Ar- 
lington St., Lynn, 9th Essex House District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Lynn, Sept. 8, 1912. 

Educated: Lynn Schools, Suffolk Law 
School. 

Occupation : Student. 

Organizations: Y. M. C. A., Ancient Or- 
der of Hibernians, St. Pius Men's Club. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1935-'36. 



198 




KELLEY, CHARLES A., 37 Harrison St., 
Worcester, 15th Worcester House District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Worcester, March 24, 1860. 

Educated: Public Schools. 

Business : Contractor. 

Organizations : Eagles, K. of C. 

Public Office : Worcester Bd. of Aldermen 
1909-'10, Mass. House 1917-'19, 1921-'36. 



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KELLEY, EDWARD J., 14 Gage St., 
Worcester, 14th Worcester House District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Holyoke, Dec. 25, 1897. 

Educated: Sacred Heart Academy, Wor- 
cester, arid Bryant & Stratton Bus. College. 

Business: Sales Mgr., Ginger Ale. 

Organizations: K. of C., A.O.H., St. Anne's 
T. A. Soc, Eagles, City Council Alumni, 
Sacred Heart Academy Alumni, Bryant & 
Stratton Club, Killarney Club. 

Public Office: Worcester Council 1920- 
'21, Aldermen 1922, Dem. House Floor Lead- 
er 1925-'28, Mass. House 1923-'36. 
200 




KELLEY, FRANCIS JOSEPH, 84 Bank 
St., North Attleborough, 1st Bristol House 
District, Republican. 

Born: No. Attleborough, March 21, 1890. 

Educated: No. Attleborough High School, 
Tufts College. 

Occupation: Newspaperman. 

Public Office: North Attleborough Board 
of Assessors, Mass. House 1925-'36. 



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KENDALL, JAMES EDWARD, Forest 
St., Dunstable, 12th Middlesex House Dis- 
trict, Republican. 

Born: Dunstable, Sept. 4, 1870. 

Educated: Public Schools, Conn. Literary- 
Institute, Lawrence Academy. 

Business: Surveyor, Timber Operator. 

Organization : Grange. 

Public Office: Town Auditor, 1892-'97, 
School Comm. 1898-'07, '22-'24, Selectman, 
Assessor, Bd. of Public Welfare 1908-'27, 
1930-'34, Mass. House 1931-'36. 



202 




KILEY, JAMES J., 1 Wall St., Boston 
(Charlestown), 2nd Suffolk House District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Charlestown, July 5, 1911. 

Educated: Warren Grammar School, 
English High, Law School. 

Profession : Lawyer. 

Organizations: Mass. and Boston Bar 
Associations, Knights of Columbus, English 
High Alumni. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1935-'36. 



203 




KILLGOAR, GEORGE F., 81 Sydney St., 
Boston (Dorchester), 13th Suffolk House 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Boston, Feb. 23, 1905. 

Educated: English High '22, Boston Uni- 
versity 1923-'28, Northeastern Law School. 

Business : Accountant. 

Organization : Knights of Columbus. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1933-'36. 



204 




KIMBALL, JOHN V., 86 Maple St., Mai- 
den, 21st Middlesex House District, Re- 
publican. 

Born : Lynn, July 17, 1875. 

Educated: Revere Schools. 

Business: Heating and Ventilating Eng., 
6 Beacon St., Boston. 

Organizations: Boston City Club, K. of 
P., Maiden Chamber of Commerce, Elks, 
32nd Degree Mason, Shrine, Odd Fellows, 
Mass. Mayors' Club, Kernwood Club. 

Public Office: Maiden City Council 1915- 
'19, Mayor 1920-'24, Mass. House 1929-'36. 



205 




KINNEY, ORVIS F., 448 North Elm St., 
West Bridgewater, 6th Plymouth House 
District, Republican. 

Born: Barford, P.Q., Can., May 23, 1880. 

Educated: Howard High School. 

Business: Market Gardener and Whole- 
sale Produce Dealer. 

Organizations: K. of P., P. C, Masons, St. 
Geo. Lodge, Satucket Chapt., O.E.S., Grotto. 

Public Office: Selectman, Public Welfare 
Board, Assessor, Auditor, Water Comm., 
Rep. Town Comm., 25 years; Treas. How- 
ard Funds. 15 vears; Mass. House 1909-'10. 
1929-'30, 1933-'36. 

206 




KIRKPATRICK, WILLIAM E., 80 How- 
ard St., Holyoke, 14th Hampton House 
District, Republican. 

Born: Holyoke, Nov. 12, 1901. 

Educated: Holyoke Schools, Holy Cross 
College, B. U. Law School. 

Profession : Lawyer. 

Organizations: Elks, Knights of Colum- 
bus. 

Public Office: Holyoke City Solicitor 1930, 
Mass, House 1925-'36. 



207 




KNOWLES, JOHN QUINCY, 125 Spring 
St., Hull, 3rd Plymouth House District, Re- 
publican. 

Born: Hull, May 21, 1895. 

Educated: Public Schools, Hingham High 
School. 

Occupation : Reporter. 

Organizations: Y-D Club of Boston, 101st 
Infantry Veterans' Association. 

Public Office: Sinking Funds Commis- 
sioner, Moderator, Mass. House 1931-'36. 



208 




KURZON, GEORGE M., 75 North Main 
St., Uxbridge, 6th Worcester House Dis- 
trict, Democrat. 

Born: Whitinsville, Nov. 26, 1904. 

Educated: Worcester Polytechnic Insti- 
tute, Boston University, Boston University 
Law School S. B., LL.B., LL.M. 

Profession : Attorney-at-Law. 

Organizations : Kiwanis International, 
I.O.O.F. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1935-'36. 



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LANDERGAN, WILLIAM JOSEPH, 58 
Carnes St., Lynn, 10th Essex House Dis- 
trict, Democrat. 

Born: Lynn, Aug. 28, 1899. 

-Educated: Lynn Classical High School, 
Bentley School of Accounting and Finance, 
Boston University Law School, LL.B. '24. 

Profession : Lawyer. 

Organizations: Mass., Essex County and 
Lynn Bar Associations. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1935-'36. 



210 




LANDRY, LEO P., 72 Bradford Rd., 
Watertown, 7th Middlesex House District, 
Democrat. 

Born: New Brunswick, Can., July 10, 1897. 

Educated: Waltham Schools, Burdett Col- 
lege, Wentworth Institute. 

Business: Electrical Contractor. 

Organizations : K. of C, Am. L., "40 & 8," 
YD Club of Boston, 101st Inf., A. E. F. 
Vets. Ass'n; U. N. C.; Assoc, de la Croixe 
d'Guerre. 

Public Office: Watertown Town Meeting 
Member 1932-'34, Finance Committee 1932- 
'34, Mass. House 1935-'36. 
211 




LANE, THOMAS J., 92 Abbott St., Law- 
rence, 6th Essex House District, Democrat, 

Born: Lawrence, July 6, 1898. 

Educated: Suffolk Law School. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: Lawrence Bar Associa- 
tion, American Legion. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1927-'36. 



212 




LASELL, JOHN WHITIN, 141 Hill St., 
Whitinsville, 7th Worcester House District, 
Republican. 

Born: Whitinsville, Nov. 30, 1897. 

Educated: Williams College 1920. 

Business: Textile Machinery Mfgr. 

Organizations: Masons, K. of P. Ameri- 
can Legion. 

Public Office: Northbridge Selectman 
1926 Commissioner Mt. Wachusett State 
Reservation 1929, Mass. House 1933-'36. 



213 





LEONARDI, FRANK M., 276 Hanover 
St., Boston, 3rd Suffolk House District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Boston, Aug. 17, 1891. 

Educated: Boston Public Schools, Chauncy 
Hall School, Northeastern University. 

Profession: Lawyer and Dentist. 

Organizations: Sons of Italy, Hendricks 
Club, Law Society of Massachusetts. 

Public Office: Overseer of Boston Public 
Welfare, Mass. House 1935-'36. 



214 




LODGE, Jr., HENRY CABOT, 275 Hale 
St., Beverly, 15th Essex House District, 
Republican. 

Born: Nahant, July 5, 1902. 

Educated: Harvard College, '24, AB Cum 
Laude, Completing four years Course in 
three. 

Profession : Journalism. 

Organization: 1st Lieutenant, Cavalry, 
U. S. Army. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1933-'36. 



215 




LOMAX, Jr., TERRANCE JOSEPH, 171 
Warren St., Fall River, 9th Bristol House 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Fall River, August 29, 1907. 

Educated: Fall River Grammar and High 
Schools, Holy Cross College, 1924-'26, Bos- 
ton University Law School, '29. 

Profession : Lawyer. 

Organizations : Fraternal Order of Eagles, 
Y.M.I.A., Holy Cross Alumni Ass'n, Boston 
Universitv Alumni Ass'n. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1933-'36. 



216 




LUITWIELER, CLARENCE S., 24 
Duncklee St., Newton Highlands, 5th Mid- 
dlesex House District, Republican. 

Born: Rochester, N. Y., June 16, 1861. 

Educated: Public Schools. 

Business: Treas. American Stay Co., East 
Boston. 

Organizations: Masons, Middlesex and 
Boston City Clubs. 

Public Office: Newton School Board, 
Mass. House 1925-'36. 



217 




LUNNEY, WILLIAM CHRISTOPHER, 
43 Davis St., Holyoke, 13th Hampden House 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Holyoke, Dec. 24, 1910. 

Educated: Holyoke High School, North- 
eastern University. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1935-'36. 



218 




LYONS, JOHN P., 638 No. Main Street, 
Brockton, 10th Plymouth House District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Kerry, Ireland, June 24, 1879. 

Educated: Public Schools, Ireland. 

Business: General Express. 

Organizations: Elks, A. O. H., Jefferson 
Club, Cricket Club, Protective Veteran Fire- 
men's Association. 

Public Office: Brockton Highway Com- 
missioner 1923-'25, Mass. House 1929-'36. 



219 




MacDONALD, DONALD ALEXANDER, 
61 Silver St., West Springfield, 2nd Hamp- 
den House District, Republican. 

Born: West Springfield, Feb. 21, 1893. 

Educated: West Springfield Public 
Schools. 

Occupation: Postmaster until Aug. 23, 
1934. 

Organization : Elks. 

Public Office: West Springfield Postmas- 
ter 1922-*34, Mass. House 1935-'36. 



220 




MacLEAN, FRANK E., 76 Loring St., 
Lowell, 14th Middlesex House District, Re- 
publican. 

Born: Prince Edward Island, Dec. 26, 
1871. 

Educated: Public Schools P.E.I. 

Occupation : Newspaper Reporter. 

Organizations: Scottish Clans, Odd Fel- 
lows, Lowell Chamber of Commerce. 

Public Office: Lowell City Council 1926- 
'29, Mass. House 1929-'36. 



221 




MAHAN, ARTHUR ULTON, 86 Ex- 
change St., Leominster, 10th Worcester 
House District, Democrat. 

Born: Leominster, June 18, 1900. 

Educated: Leominster Public Schools. 

Business : Clerk. 

Organizations: Knights of Columbus, 
A.O.H., Leominster Sportsmen's Club. 

Public Office: Leomintser City Council 2 
yrs., Mass. House 1935-'36. 



222 




MAHONEY, JAMES FRANCIS, 46 Sa- 
ville St., Cambridge, 3rd Middlesex House 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Cambridge, Sept. 24, 1890. 

Educated: Cambridge Public Schools. 

Business: Transportation. 

Organizations: St. Peter's Catholic Club, 
Clover Club. 

Public Office: Cambridge City Council 
1934-'35, Mass. House 1935-'36. 



223 




MANNING, JOHN FRANCIS, 16 Charles 
St., Marlborough, 9th Middlesex House Dis- 
trict, Democrat. 

Born: Marlborough, Jan. 4, 1906. 

Educated: Holy Cross College, Worces- 
ter; Boston College Law School. 

Occupation : Student. 

Public Office: Marlborough City Council, 
Mass. House 1935-'36. 



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MARKLEY, PHILIP M., 21 Oswego St., 
Springfield, 5th Hampden House District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Westboro, March 28, 1897. 

Educated: Springfield Cathedral High 
School. 

Business: Sales Manager. 

Organizations: American Legion, Eagles. 

Public Office: Springfield Councilman, 
Mass. House 1931-'36. 



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McCOOEY, JOSEPH P., 3 Hitchcock Rd., 
Worcester, 18th Worcester House District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Blackstone, Nov. 5, 1880. 

Educated: Blackstone Public Schools, 
University of Maryland (Baltimore) Dental 
Surgery College. 

Profession : Dentist. 

Organizations: K. of C. 4th Degree, Wor- 
cester District Dental Society. 

Public Office: Chairman Blackstone 
Board of Selectmen, Blackstone Supt. of 
Schools, Mass. House 1935-'36. 



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McCRACKEN, JAMES M., 206 Nehoiden 
St., Needham, 1st Norfolk House District, 
Republican. 

Born: Natick, July 30, 1877. 

Educated: Natick Public and High 
Schools. 

Business: Merchant. 

Organizations: Masons, Pythians, Odd 
Fellows. 

Public Office: Selectman, Mass. House 
1933-'36. 



227 




Mcculloch, elmer l., 91 Friend St., 

Adams, 2nd Berkshire House District, Re- 
publican. 

Born: Savoy, May 6, 1876. 

'Educated: Public Schools. 

Business: Milk Dealer. 

Organizations: Adams Board of Trade, 
Elks. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1920-'36. 



228 





McDERMOTT, FREDERICK T., 134 

Willis Ave., Medford, 26th Middlesex House 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Somerville, Nov. 20, 1906. 

Educated: Medford High School. 

Business: Fuel Salesman. 

Organization: Knights of Columbus. 

Public Office: Medford School Committee 
1931-'33, Board of Aldermen 1934-'35, Mass. 
House 1935-'36. 



229 




McDONALD, PAUL JOHN, 37 Crest 
Ave., Chelsea, 24th Suffolk House District, 
Democrat. 

Born : Chelsea, July 13, 1900. 

Educated: Chelsea Schools, Harvard Col- 
lege, Boston University Law School, '26. 

Profession : Lawyer. 

Organizations: Elks, Knights of Colum- 
bus, M. C. O. F., Chelsea-Revere Bar Ass'n, 
President of Al. E. Smith Club of Chelsea. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1933-'36. 



230 




McDONOUGH, TIMOTHY J., 131 Caro- 
lina Ave., Boston (Jamaica Plain), 11th 
Suffolk House District, Democrat. 

Born: Boston, Jan. 9, 1894. 

Educated : Leo XIII School, Jamaica Plain 
High, Suffolk Law School. 

Business: Salesman. 

Organizations: Mass. C.O.F., K. of Co, 
Alhambra, Bishop Cheverus Assembly, J. P. 
Imp. Ass'n, J. P. Board of Trade, I.N.F., 
Charitable Irish Society. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1927-'36. 



231 




Mcelroy, james maxwell, 4io 

Summer St., Lynn, 10th Essex House Dis- 
trict, Democrat. 

Born : Lynn, June 18, 1900. 

Educated: Suffolk Law School. 

Profession : Lawyer. 

Organizations: Knights of Columbus, 
Massasoit Club. 

Public Office: Lynn City Council 1930->35, 
Mass. House 1935-'36. 



232 




McHUGH, LAWRENCE P., 49 Bourne- 
dale Rd., Boston (Jamaica Plain), 19th Suf- 
folk House District, Democrat. 

Born: Boston, Oct. 28, 1903. 

Educated: Staley College, Suffolk Law 
School LLB. 

Profession : Lawyer. 

Organizations: Knights of Columbus, 
M.C.O.F., Boston Bar Association. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1933-'36. 



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McLAREN, HENRY PARKER, High St., 
Westwood, 12th Norfolk House District, Re- 
publican. 

Born: Westwood, Aug. 17, 1909. 

Educated: Northeastern Law School '32. 

Profession : Attorney -at-Law. 

Public Office: Chief Westwood Fire De- 
partment 1933-'34, Mass. House 1935-'36. 



234 




McLELLAN, OWEN D., 42 Trapelo Rd., 
Belmont, 27th Middlesex House District, 
Republican. 

Born: Nova Scotia, May 22, 1881. 

Educated: Nova Scotia. 

Business: Building Construction. 

Organizations: Masons, Odd Fellows, Ro- 
tary Club. 

Public Office: Belmont Selectman 6 yrs., 
Mass. House 1931-'36. 



235 




McNAMARA, ROGER ALTON, Bay St., 
Eastern, 2nd Bristol House District, Repub- 
lican. 

Born: Easton, Nov. 18, 1906. 

Educated: Oliver Ames High School, 
Northeastern University School of Engi- 
neering. 

Business: Mechanical Engineer. 

Organizations: Grange, American Soci- 
ety of Mechanical Engineers, Engineers' 
Societies of New England. 

Public Office: Easton School Committee, 
Mass. House 1935-'36. 



236 




McNULTY, ANTHONY A., 285 Dudley 
St., Boston (Roxbury), 8th Suffolk House 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Roxbury, Sept. 3, 1897. 

Educated: Public Schools, Suffolk Law 
School. 

Business: Salesman. 

Organizations: Knights of Columbus, 
American Legion, Moose. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1927-'36. 



237 




MELLEY, WILLIAM H., 68 Marlboro 
St., Chelsea, 23rd Suffolk House District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Chelsea, May 18, 1903. 

Educated: Boston College (AB) '24, Har- 
vard Law School (LLB) '28. 

Profession : Attorney. 

Organizations: Elks, K. of C, Chelsea 
Chamber of Commerce. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1931-'36. 



238 




MILANO, JOSEPH A., 115 Grove St., 
Melrose, 22nd Middlesex House District, Re- 
publican. 

Born: Boston, April 8, 1883. 

Educated: Elliott Grammar School and 
Boston English High School. 

Business: Salesman. 

Organizations: Melrose Lodge 1031, Elks, 
Melrose Council K. of C, Melrose Fish and 
Game Club. 

Public Office: Melrose Board of Alder- 
men, ten consecutive years (President in 
1927), Mass. House 1933-'36. 



239 




MORRILL, CHARLES H., 23 No. Broad- 
way, Haverhill, 2nd Essex House District, 
Independent-Progressive-Democrat. 

Born: Haverhill, Oct. 6, 1874. 

Educated: Public Schools, Evening High. 

Business: Fruit Grower. 

Organizations: Moose, National Grange, 
S. of U. V., Haverhill Sportsmen's Club, 
West Parish Men's Club, Ward 5 Comm. and 
Prec. 4 Clubs, Dem. State and City Com- 
mittees, Young Dem. Club, Franco-Amer. 
Dem. Club (Adviser). 

Public Office. Con. Conv. 1917-'18, Mass. 
House 1910-'18, '35-'36, Senior Democrat. 
240 



MORRIS, ALBERT EDWARD, 19 Green- 
halge Ave., Everett, 20th Middlesex House 
District, Democrat. 

Born : Revere, April 4, 1903. 

Educated: ,Everett High School, Holder- 
ness Academy, Northeastern University 
School of Law. 

Profession : Secretary. 

Organizations : Knights of Columbus, 
Elks. 

Public Office: Secretary to Mayor of Ev- 
erett 1928-'29, Mass. House 1933-'36. 



241 




MORRISON, FRANK J., 19 Cleveland 
St., Boston (Hyde Park), 18th Suffolk House 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Hyde Park, Sept. 2, 1902. 

Educated: St. Raphael's Parochial School, 
Hyde Park High School, Northeastern Uni- 
versity. 

Profession : Lawyer. 

Organizations: K. of C, Hibernians, 
Eagles, Hyde Park Bd. of Trade, Chm. Wd. 
18 Planning Board, Ward 18 Federal Hous- 
ing Adm., Chairman Ward 18 Democratic 
Committee. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1935-'36. 

242 




MURPHY, JOHN E., 15 Lowell St., Pea- 
body, 8th Essex House District, Democrat. 

Born: Portsmouth, N. H., Feb. 13, 1900. 

Educated: Bentley School of Accounting 
& Finance '22, Suffolk Law School '26. 

Profession: Lawyer, Accountant. 

Organizations: Knights of Columbus, 
American Legion. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1935-'36. 



243 




MURPHY, JOHN JOSEPH, 37 Parker 
Ave., Westfield, 15th Hampden House Dis- 
trict, Democrat. 

Born: Framingham, Aug. 28, 1890. 

Educated: Westfield Schools. 

Business: Salesman for J. R. King, West- 
field. 

Organizations: American Legion, Eagles, 
Elks, Knights of Columbus. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1935-'36. 



244 




MURPHY, JOSEPH L., 57 Samoset St., 
Boston (Dorchester), 16th Suffolk House 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Boston, Jan. 25, 1907. 

Educated: Dorchester High School, Bos- 
ton University. 

Business: Automobile Salesman. 

Organizations: Knights of Columbus, 
Mass. Catholic Order of Foresters. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1935-'36. 



245 




MURPHY, TIMOTHY JOSEPH, 101 
Draper St., Boston (Dorchester), 15th Suf- 
folk House District, Democrat. 

Bom: Boston, Sept. 23, 1909. 

Educated: Dorchester High School, 
Northeastern University of Law, LL.B. 

Profession : Lawyer. 

Organizations: Knights of Columbus, 
Electrical Workers' Union. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1935-'36. 



246 




MURRAY, JOHN A., 184 School St., 
Watertown, 7th Middlesex House District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Watertown, May 6, 1906. 

Educated: Watertown Public Schools, 
Suffolk Law School. 

Profession : Lawyer. 

Organizations: Waltham, Watertown & 
Weston Bar Association, Mass. Law Society, 
Eagles. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1935-'36. 



247 




NAGLE, DAVID G., 425 East Sixth St., 
Boston (South Boston), 7th Suffolk House 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Boston, Oct. 22, 1901. 

Educated : Boston Schools. 

Profession : Lawyer. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1933-'36. 



248 




NELSON, ELMER C., 102 Congress St., 
Milford, 8th Worcester House District, Re- 
publican. 

Born: Woonsocket, R. I., June 1, 1900. 

Educated: Milford High School. 

Business : Merchant. 

Organizations: Masons, Chapter, Com- 
mandry, Shrine, American Legion, Veterans 
of Foreign Wars, Lions, Maspenock Rod & 
Gun Club, Chamber of Commerce. 

Public Office: Mass House 1933-'36. 



249 




O'BRIEN, FRANK DANIEL, 123 Os- 
born St., Fall River, 9th Bristol House Dis- 
trict, Democrat. 

Born: Fall River, April 28, 1905. 

Educated: Tufts College '24, Boston Uni- 
versity Law '27. 

Profession : Lawyer. 

Organizations: Knights of Columbus, Fall 
River and Bristol County Bar Ass'ns. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1931-'36. 



250 




O'BRIEN, MICHAEL T., 17 Clark St., 
Easthampton, 2nd Hampshire House Dis- 
trict, Democrat. 

Born: Easthampton, Dec. 3, 1868. 

Educated: Easthampton Public Schools. 

Business : Undertaker. 

Organizations: Easthampton K. of C, 
Red Men, Chamber of Commerce. 

Public Office: Selectman 9 years, Chmn. 
Board of Survey 7 years, Town Finance 
Committee, Mass. House 1931-'36. 



251 




O'CONNELL, RAYMOND FRANCIS, 
542 Chestnut St., Springfield, 3rd Hampden 
House District, Democrat. 

Born: Springfield, Aug. 11, 1901. 

Educated: Northeastern University. 

Business: Union Casket Hardware Co., 
Inc. 

Organizations : Archbishop Williams As- 
sembly, Fourth Degree, Knights of Colum- 
bus, Mass. Catholic Order of Foresters. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1933-'36. 



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O'KANE, JOSEPH N., 28 Schofield Ave., 
Dudley, 5th Worcester House District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Ireland, May 26, 1873. 

Educated: Private and Public Schools. 

Business : Restaurateur. 

Organizations: K. of C, A.O.H., Eagles, 
Moose, Dudley Grange, G.A.R. Associates, 
Worcester County Selectmen's Ass'n. 

Public Office : Dudley Selectman, Overseer 
of the Poor, Tax Collector, Health Agent, 
Highway Surveyor, Mass. House 1925-'36. 



253 




OLANDER, EDWIN LAWRENCE, S 
Glenwood Ave., Northampton, 1st Hamp- 
shire House District, Republican. 

Born: New York City, N. Y., Oct. 31, 
1891. 

Educated: Northampton, Public Schools. 

Business: Freight Cashier. 

Organizations: A. F. & A. M., Elks, 
Brotherhood of Railway Clerks. 

Public Office: Northampton Common 
Council '24, Board of Aldermen '25, Tem- 
porary City Clerk '33, Mass. House 1927-'30, 
1935-'36. 



254 




OLSON, CHARLES WILLIAM, West 
Union St., Ashland, 8th Middlesex House 
District, Republican. 

Born: St. Paul, Minn., Aug. 24, 1889. 

Educated: Gloucester, Rockport, New 
Bedford, Mass., Schools. 

Business: Carpenter and Builder, Collie 
Breeder, Constable. 

Organizations: Mass. & N. E. Police 
Chiefs' Ass'ns., Mass. Police Square Club, 
A. F. & A. M., Carpenters' Union, Ameri^ 
can & N. E. Collie Clubs. 

Public Office: Ashland Chief of Police, 
Mass. House 1935-'36. 
255 




OTIS, RALPH EMERSON, 58 Hull Ave., 
Pittsfield. 3rd Berkshire House District, Re- 
publican. 

Born: Fitchburg, Jan. 16, 1890. 

Educated: Mass. State College. 

Business: Accountant and Insurance 
Broker. 

Organizations: Masons, Odd Fellows, 
Elks, Veterans of Foreign Wars, American 
Legion, Capt. Co. F, 104th Inf. 

Public Office: Mass. House l r )25-'36. 



256 




PARKER, (MISS) KATHERINE VOSE, 
Sterling Rd., Lancaster, 9th Worcester 
House District, Republican. 

Born: Lancaster, Nov. 16, 1888. 

Educated: The May School, Boston. 

Organizations: American Legion Auxili- 
ary, Women's Republican Club of Mass., 
Women's National Republican Club, Busi- 
ness & Professional Women's Republican 
Club, Lancaster Republican Town Commit- 
tee. 

Public Office: Delegate to Republican 
Nat'l Convention 1932 and to Republican 
Pre-Prim. Conv. 1934, Mass. House 1935-'36. 
257 




PAUL, ARTHUR E., 221 Heath St., Bos- 
ton (Jamaica Plain), 10th Suffolk House 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Boston, Jan. 6, 1902. 

Educated: Boston High School of Com- 
merce, Suffolk Law School. 

Business : Shoeworker. 

Organizations: Knights of Columbus, 
Mass. Catholic Order of Foresters. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1935-'36. 



258 




PAUL, RICHARD FARNSWORTH, 48 
Spring Lane, Canton, 10th Norfolk House 
District, Republican. 

Born: Boston, Jan. 17, 1888. 

Educated : Boston Latin, Thayer Acad- 
emy, Dartmouth College 1911. 

Business : Insurance. 

Organizations: Masons, Elks, American 
Legion. 

Public Office: Canton Town Moderator, 
Finance Committee, School Committee, 
Mass. House 1935-'36. 



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PETERSEN, TYCHO M., 559 Wilbra- 
ham Rd., Springfield, 7th Hampden House 
District, Republican. 

Born: Copenhagen, Denmark, Aug. 29, 
1892. 

Educated: Springfield Schools. 

Business: Real Estate, Insurance. 

Organizations: Odd Fellows, Encamp- 
ment, Eagles, Danish Brotherhood, Brage 
Lodge, John Erickson Republican League, 
Republican Club, Nordic Club. 

Public Office: City Council, Mass. House 
1929-'36. 

260 




PETTENGILL, GEORGE WESLEY, La- 
fayette Rd., Salisbury, 1st Essex House 
District, Republican. 

Born: Salisbury, Sept. 17, 1868. 

(Educated : Putnam Free High School, 
Newburyport ; Burdett Business College. 
Boston. 

Business: Traffic Manager. 

Organizations: Masons, Odd Fellows. 

Public Office: Salisbury Auditor, Mass. 
House 1935-'36. 



261 




PIERCE, FREDERICK EVERETT, 31 
Cheapside St., Greenfield, 2nd Franklin 
House District, Republican. 

Born: Glenwood, Iowa, May 5, 1862. 

Educated: Greenfield Schools. 

Business: Banker. 

Organizations: 32nd Degree Masons, Elks, 
Odd Fellows, Grange, Kiwanis, Present Dept. 
Commander of U. S. W. Veterans, Past Com- 
mander, N. & M. Order Spanish War. 

Public Office: Greenfield Postmaster 21 
yrs., Assessor 7 yrs., Armory Comm. 3 yrs., 
Maj-Gen. Mass. N. G. (Retired) 27 yrs., 
service, Mass. House 1916-'19, 1933-'36. 
262 




PIERCE, GEORGE FRANCIS, 18B Chel- 
sea St., Everett, 20th Middlesex House Dis- 
trict, Democrat. 

Born: Woburn, Aug. 13, 1895. 

Educated: Everett Schools. 

Business: Automobile Dealer. 

Organizations: Veterans of Foreign 
Wars, American Legion. 

Public Office: Everett Common Council 
1928, Everett Board of Aldermen 1929-'35 
(President 1932), Mass. House 1935-'36. 



263 




RAMSDELL, WILLIAM EBEN, 6 Sum- 
mit Ave., Winchester, 29th Middlesex House 
District, Republican. 

Born: Providence, R. L, May 4, 1895. 

Educated: Winchester Public Schools, 
Boston University Law School 1919. 

Profession : Lawyer. 

Organizations: William Parkman Lodge, 

A. F. & A. M., Winchester Lodge 1445, 

B. P. O. E.,Waterfield Lodge 231, I. O. 0. F., 
American Legion. 

Public Office: Winchester Selectman 
1931-'33, Mass. House 1933-'36. 



264 




REINSTEIN, FREDERICK HENRY, 42 
Bradstreet Ave., Revere, 25th Suffolk House 
District, Republican. 

Born: Boston, April 14, 1899. 

Educated: Boston and Revere Public 
Schools, Suffolk Law School. 

Profession : Lawyer. 

Organizations : American Legion, Eagles, 
Knights of Columbus. 

Public Office: Revere Ward Councilman 
1927-'30, Councilman-at-Large and Vice- 
Pres. Citv Council 1933-'34, Mass. House 
1935-'36. 



265 




RICE, GEORGE EDMUND, 10 Mechanic 
St., Spencer, 3rd Worcester House District, 
Republican. 

Born: Worcester, Feb. 22, 1899. 

Educated: University of Montreal, As- 
sumption College '20, Boston University 
Law School '23. 

Profession : Lawyer. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1933-'36. 



266 




ROACH, JOSEPH N., 561 Main St., 
North Adams, 1st Berkshire House District, 
Democrat. 

Born: North Adams, March 22, 1883. 

Educated: Public Schools. 

Business: Cigars and Tobacco. 

Organizations: Elks, Moose. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1923-'36. 



267 




ROLANDER, VICTOR E., 3 West Up- 
sala St., Worcester, 17th Worcester House 
District, Republican. 

Born: Sweden, March 8, 1871. 

Educated: Public Schools. 

Business: Tool and Die Maker. 

Organizations: Masons, Red Men, Vasa 
Order. 

Public Office: Worcester City Council 6 
years, Mass. House 1929-'36. 



268 




ROLFE, JOSEPH D., 45 East High St., 
Newbury, 18th Essex House District, Re- 
publican. 

Born: Newbury, May 17, 1893. 

Educated: Newbury Grammar School, 
Newburyport High School. 

Business : Farmer and Fruit Grower. 

Organizations: Masons, Knights Temp- 
lar, Grange, Moose. 

Public Office: Town Clerk, Board of Pub- 
lic Welfare, Mass. House 1931-'36. 



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ROSE, DAVID A., 27 York St., Boston 
(Dorchester), 14th Suffolk House District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Boston, March 24, 1906. 

Educated: Boston University College of 
Business Administration, Boston University 
Law School, Georgetown University Gradu- 
ate Law School. 

Profession : Lawyer. 

Organizations: Masons, Knights of Pyth- 
ias, B'Nai Brith, I. 0. B. A., Zionist Organ- 
ization of America. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1935-'36. 



270 




RUBIN, ALBERT, 1 Cross St., Fall 
River, 11th Bristol House District, Demo- 
crat. 

Born: Russia, Jan. 15, 1872. 

Educated: Fall River Schools. 

Business: Wholesale Merchant. 

Public Office : Fall River Board of Alder- 
men 1916-'28, Mass. House 1935-'36. 



271 




RYAN, FRANCIS EDWARD, 118 High- 
land Rd., Somerville, 24th Middlesex House 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Somerville, Oct. 6, 1895. 

Educated: Somerville Schools. 

Business: Real Estate, Insurance. 

Organizations: Knights of Columbus, 
Am. Legion, Al Smith Club, Somerville Cit- 
izens' Association, Jefferson Club, Magoun 
Square Old Timers. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1933-'36. 



272 




SARGENT, FRANK JOSEPH, 10 Au- 
burn St., Clinton, 9th Worcester House Dis- 
trict, Republican. 

Born: Bolton, March 11, 1900. 

Educated: Clinton Public Schools. 

Occupation: Chief of Clinton Police. 

Organizations: N. E. Police Chiefs Ass'n., 
Mass. Police Chiefs Ass'n., Pomona Grange, 
Clinton Grange, Clinton Fish and Game 
Protective Association. 

Public Office: Clinton Fire Engineer, 
Chief of Police, Mass. House 1933-'36. 



273 




SAVAGE, CHARLES H., 92 Greaton 
Rd., Boston (West Roxbury), 20th Suffolk 
House District, Democrat. 

Born: Olean, N. Y., Jan. 7, 1893. 

Educated: Roxbury High School, Suffolk 
Law School. 

Profession : Lawyer. 

Organizations: Knights of Columbus, 
Mass. Catholic Order of Foresters, Moose. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1935-'36. 



274 




SAWYER, REV. ROLAND D., 235 West 
Main St., District No. 9, Ware, 4th Hamp- 
shire House District, Democrat. 

Born: Kensington, N. H., Jan. 8, 1874. 

Educated: Exeter High, Boston Univer- 
sity. 

Profession : Clergyman. 

Organizations : Odd Fellows, Grange. 

Public Office: Constitutional Convention, 
Mass. House 1914-'36. 



275 




SCANLON, LOUIS JAMES, 26A Leslie 
St., Lawrence, 3rd Essex House District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Lawrence, March 25, 1899. 

Educated: John R. Rollins School, Law- 
rence High School. 

Business: Tea Room Proprietor. 

Organizations: James I. Lawlor Club, 
Elks. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1933-'36. 



276 




SCHOFIELD, MARTIN ROBERT, 267 
D St., Boston (South Boston), 6th Suffolk 
House District, Democrat. 

Born: South Boston, Sept. 28, 1906. 

Educated: Bigelow Grammar School, 
South Boston High School, Northeastern 
University School of Law. 

Business: Clerk. 

Organization: Society of St. Vincent de 
Paul. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1935-'36. 



277 




SEARS, MASON, West St., Dedham, 1st 
Norfolk House District, Republican. 

Born: Boston, Dec. 29, 1899. 

Educated: Harvard College '22. 

Business: New England Autogiro Sales 
Co. 

Organizations: American Legion, Masons. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1935-'36. 



278 




SESSIONS, WILLIAM J., Hampden, 2nd 
Hampden House District, Republican. 

Born: Hampden, Dec. 18, 1859. 

Educated: Wesleyan Academy. 

Occupation: Retired Farmer. 

Organizations : Masons, O.E.S. 

Public Office: South Dakota Legislature 
1893-'94, Mass. House 1913, 1927-'36. 



279 




SHAUGHNESSY, JOHN RICHARD, 14 
Bennington St., Quincy , 3rd Norfolk House 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Quincy, Feb. 6, 1901. 

Educated: Quincy Primary School, 
Quincy High School. 

Business: Salesman. 

Organizations: Elks, Eagles, Knights of 
Columbus. 

Public Office: Quincy City Council 1934, 
Mass. House 1935-'36. 



280 




SHEA, CHARLES H., 20 McCarthy Rd., 
Cambridge, 2nd Middlesex House District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Cambridge, Dec. 14, 1891. 

Educated: High School (Rindge), Busi- 
ness College and Huntington Preparatory. 

Business : Printer. 

Organizations: Elks, St. Paul's Holy 
Name Society. 

Public Office: Cambridge Common Coun- 
cil 1 yr., Ward Councillor 8 yrs., CounciU 
lor-at-Large 8 yrs., Mass. House 1935-'36. 



281 






SHERIDAN, PRANK CHESTER, 5 Bent 
Ave., Maynard, 10th Middlesex House Dis- 
trictj Democrat. 

Born: Maynard, July 21, 1893. 

Educated: Maynard Public Schools, May- 
nard High School, Suffolk Prep. Summer 
School, Suffolk Law School. 

Profession : Musician. 

Organizations: Maynard Knights of Co- 
lumbus, Bishop Cheverus Assembly, 4th De- 
gree. > 

Public Office: Maynard Board of Asses- 
sors 9 years, Chairman 1932, Mass. House 
1933-'36. 

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SHERMAN, PHILIP, 19 Paulina St., 
Somerville, 25th Middlesex House District, 
Republican. 

Born: Boston, May 11, 1899. 

Educated: Somerville Public Schools, 
Boston University Law School. 

Profession : Lawyer. 

Organizations : Elks, American Legion, 
Odd Fellows, Knights of Pythias, Clarendon 
and Tri-Link Clubs, Somerville Chamber of 
Commerce. 

Public Office: Somerville Alderman 1928- 
'31, Mass. House 1931-'36. 

283 




SIROIS, EDWARD DEVLIN, 82 Wachu- 
sett Ave., Lawrence, 5th Essex House Dis- 
trict, Republican. 

Born: Lawrence, Dec. 18, 1898. 

Educated: Lawrence High School. 

Business: Horticulture and Floraculture. 

Organizations: Elks, K. of C, Moose, 
Boston Army & Navy Club, YD Club, A. L., 
V. F. W., D. A. V., Co.'s K.M. & Btry C. 
Vet. Assoc, Franco-American Legion, Boy 
Scouts of Amer., "40 & 8," Franco-Amer. 
Civ. Lge., Lawrence Wd. 5 Clippers, Wd. 5 
Community and Lawrence Yacht Clubs. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1935-'36. 
284 




SISSON, HARRY D., 41 Brenton Ter., 
Pittsfield, 3rd Berkshire House District, Re- 
publican. 

Born: Stockbridge, Jan. 9, 1863. 

'Educated: New Marlboro Public Schools, 
So. Berkshire Institute, New Marlboro. 

Organizations: Masons, O.E.S., Sons of 
Veterans. 

Public Office: Mayor, Tax Collector, As- 
sessor of Pittsfield, Mass. House 1929-'36. 



285 




SMALL, E. HAYES, North Truro, 2nd 
Barnstable House District, Republican. 

Born: North Truro, Dec. 23, 1876. 

Educated: North Truro Public Schools, 
Tilton Seminary, Tilton, N. H. 

Business: Hotel Keeper and Farmer. 

Organizations: Masons, Odd Fellows, Re- 
becca's, O.E.S., Grange. 

Public Office: Town Moderator, Trustee 
County Aid to Agriculture, Past President 
Cape Cod Poultry Men's Association, Mass. 
House 1933-'36. 



286 




SMITH, FRANK WILLIAM, 561 North 
Main St., Palmer, 1st Hampden House Dis- 
trict, Democrat. 

Born: North Wilbraham, Jan. 26, 1895. 

Educated: Northeastern University. 

Profession : Lawyer. 

Organization : Knights of Columbus. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1935-'36. 



287 




SOUTHGATE, J. FRANCIS, 5 Crown 
St., Worcester, 20th Worcester House Dis- 
trict, Republican. 

Born: Worcester, May 4, 1883. 

Educated: Worcester Public Schools, 
Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, N. Y., Industrial 
Electrical Engineering 1906. 

Business: Real Estate. 

Organization: Worcester Republican City 
Committee. 

Public Office: Worester Board of Alder- 
men 10 years, Mass. House 1933-'36. 



288 




SPARRELL, ERNEST H., Central St., 
Norwell, 2nd Plymouth House District, Re- 
publican. 

Born : Norwell, Dec. 30, 1872. 

Educated: Public Schools. 

Occupation: Funeral Director. 

Organizations: Masons, Elks, Odd Fel- 
lows, Ancient and Honorable Artillery Co., 
K. T. 

Public Office: Norwell Board of Select- 
men, Constitutional Convention, Mass. 
House 1921-'36. 



289 




STACY, RICHARD H., 11 Kenwood Park, 
Springfield, 8th Hampden House District, 
Republican. 

Born: Springfield, Aug. 18, 1864. 

Educated: Springfield Public Schools. 

Occupation : Retired. 

Organizations: Odd Fellows, Knights of 
Pythias, Boston City Club, Sons of the 
American Revolution, Society of Colonial 
Wars, Gov. and Company of Mass. Bay in 
N. E., Winthrop Club, Sons of Rsvolution. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1929-'36. 



290 




STAVES, EDWARD W., 112 Highland 
St., Southbridge, 4th Worcester House Dis- 
trict, Republican. 

Born: Malone, N. Y., May 9, 1887. 

Educated: Public Schools. 

Business: Transportation. 

Organization: Ancient & Honorable Ar- 
tillery Co. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1929- , 36. 



291 




STONE, GEORGE SAWYER, Otter 
River, Templeton, 2nd Worcester House Dis- 
trict, Democrat. 

Born: Templeton, Feb. 3, 1866. 

Educated: Mass. State College, '86. 

Business: Treasurer, Savings Bank. 

Organization: Sons of Union Veterans. 

Public Office: Trustee Boynton Public 
Library, Collector of Taxes, Assessor, 
School Committee, Moderator of Town Meet- 
ing, Mass. House 1935-'36. 



292 




SULLIVAN, PATRICK GILBERT, 92 
Codman Hill Ave., Boston (Dorchester), 
17th Suffolk House District, Democrat. 

Born: Boston, Nov. 18, 1904. 

Educated: Boston Schools. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: Boston Lodge of Elks, 
Democratic Club of Ward 17, Boston. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1935-'36. 



293 



SWAIN, WILLIAM T., 1 Dukes Rd\, 
Nantucket, 1st Nantucket House District, 
Republican. 

Born: Nantucket, Dec. 2, 1878. 

Educated: Nantucket Private Schools and 
New Bedford Business College. 

Occupation: Retired 1918 from Lumber, 
Coal and Ice Mfg. 

Organizations: Union Lodge, Masons, 
Canopy Club of Boston, Mass. Federation of 
Masonic Clubs, Holstein-Fresian Associa- 
tion of North America. 

Public Office: Nantucket Selectman 7 yrs., 
Mass. House 1932-'36. 

294 




SWANSON, MARTIN, 30 Ararat Sk. 
Worcester, 12th Worcester House District, 
Republican. 

Born: Sweden, July 20, 1872. 

Educated : Sweden Schools. 

Business : Contractor. 

Organizations: Odd Fellows, Scandinavi- 
an Fraternity of America, Spanish War 
Veterans, Navy Club of Worcester. 

Public Office: Worcester Common Council 
1923-'24, Worcester Board of Aldermen 
1925-'26, Mass. House 1929-'36. 



295 




SWEETSER, (MRS.) MOLLIE ASHBY, 
110 Woburn St., Reading, 18th Middlesex 
House District, Republican. 

Born: Salem, April 17, 1882. 

Educated: Maiden Public Schools. 

Occupation: Wife and Mother. 

Organizations: Republican Club of Mass., 
Women's Republican Club of Boston, Read- 
ing Woman's Club, Upland Club of North 
Reading, Visiting Nurses Ass'n, League of 
Women Voters and Unity Club. 

Public Office: Reading Finance Comm. 11 
yrs., Reading Selectman 4 vrs., Mass. 
House 1933-'36. 

296 




TALBOT, Jr., EDMOND, 13 Hazel St., 
Salem, 12th Essex House District, Republi- 
can. 

Born: Salem, June 1, 1898. 

Educated: Salem Public Schools, Salem 
Commercial School. 

Business : Insurance Broker. 

Organizations: Elks, Lafayette Associ- 
ates, Klondike Club, Franco-American Civic 
League, St. Jean Baptiste of Salem, Union 
St. Jean Baptiste of America. 

Public Office: Salem City Council 1931- 
'34, Mass. House 1935-'36. 



297 




TARBELL, GEORGE G., Bedford Rd., 
Lincoln, 13th Middlesex House District, Re- 
publican. 

Born: Woonsocket, R. I., Dec. 8, 1886. 

Educated: Milton Academv. Harvard '08. 

Business: Fruit Grower. 

Organizations: Masons, Grange, American 
Legion, Military Order of the World War. 

Public Office: Chairman Republican State 
Committee, Chairman Board of Selectmen 
of Lincoln, Board of Health, School Com- 
mittee, Town Moderator, Library Trustee, 
Mass. House 1933-'36. 



298 




TARR, Jr., FREDERICK H., 57 Broad- 
way, Rockport, 17th Essex House District, 
Republican. 

Born: Rockport, March 25, 1903. 

Educated: Amherst College 1925, Boston 
University Law School 1929. 

Profession : Attorney-at-Law. 

Public Office: Rockport School Committee 
1931, Town Counsel 1931-'35, Mass. House 
1935-'36. 




THEBERGE, JOSEPH E., 943 County 
St., Fall River, 12th Bristol House District, 
Republican. 

Born: Fall River, April 27, 1903. 

Educated: Business College, Fall River, 
Assumption College, Worcester. 

Profession : Funeral Director. 

Organizations: M. C. 0. F., Elks, K. of C. 

Public Office: Park, Cemetery, Recreation 
Commissioner, Mass. House 1931-'36. 



300 




TOBIN, JAMES FRANCIS, 115 Mason 
St., Salem, 14th Essex House District, Dem- 
ocrat. 

Born: Salem, May 8, 1903. 

Educated: Salem High School, Salem 
Commercial School, Suffolk Law School. 

Business: Accountant. 

Organizations: Young Men's Catholic 
Temperance Society, Ancient Order of Hi- 
bernians. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1933-'36. 



301 




TUTTLE, Jr., JOSEPH WALTON, 40 
Prindiville Ave., Framingham, 8th Middle- 
sex House District, Republican. 

Born: Framingham, Aug. 20, 1894. 

Educated: Framingham High School, 
Bowdoin College, Harvard Law School. 

Profession : Lawyer. 

Organizations: Framingham Lodge I. 0. 
O. F., Kiwanis, Framingham Chamber of 
Commerce. 

Public Office: Republican Town Commit- 
tee, Framingham Finance Committee, Mass. 
House 1931-36. 



302 




TYRRELL, CHRISTOPHER J., 8 Charles 
St., Westborough, 8th Worcester House Dis- 
trict, Republican. 

Born: Pawtucket, R. L, June 21, 1895. 

Educated: Pawtucket, R. I., Public 
Schools. 

Business: Electrician. 

Organizations: American Legion, Select- 
men's Association, Local 96, I. B. of E. W. 

Public Office : Westborough Board of Se- 
lectmen 1931-'34 (Chairman 1933-'34), 
Mass. House 1935-'36. 



303 




URQUHART, HERBERT W., 50 West 
Main St., Georgetown, 18th Essex House 
District, Republican. 

Born: Georgetown, Oct. 19, 1883. 

Educated: Public Schools. 

Occupation: Salesman. 

Organization : Masons, P. M. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1925-'28, 
1931-'36. 



304 




VALENTINE, JOHN H., Adams St., 
North Chelmsford, 11th Middlesex House 
District, Republican. 

Born: Boston, July 21, 1896. 

Educated: Boston University Law School. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations : American Legion, Lions 
Club. 

Public Office: Chelmsford Town Counsel, 
Mass. House 1935-'36. 



305 




WALLS, MAGORISK LAWRENCE, 663 
Liberty St., Rockland, 4th Plymouth House 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Rockland, Aug. 5, 1898. 

Educated: Rockland High School, Fisher 
Business College. 

Business : Supervisor. 

Organization: American Legion. 

Public Office: Rockland Town Auditor, 
Chairman Municipal Finance Committee, 
Mass. House 1935-'36. 



306 




WARD, IRA C., Cliff St., Plymouth, 1st 
Plymouth House District, Republican. 

Born: Carver, March 7, 1862. 

Educated: Plymouth High School. 

Business: Contractor and Teaming. 

Organizations: Eagles, Elks, Sons of 
American Revolution. 

Public Office: Plymouth Selectman 6 yrs., 
Road Surveyor 8 yrs.. Forest Fire Warden 
16 yrs., Mass. House 1929-'36. 



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WARD, MICHAEL JAMES, 5 Thornton 
St., Boston (Roxbury), 9th Suffolk House 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Boston, Sept. 19, 1899. 

Educated: Dudley Grammar School, High 
School of Commerce. 

Organizations: K. of C, M.C.O F., Vet- 
erans of Foreign Wars, American Legion, 
Ward Club. 

Public Office: Boston City Council 1926- 
'29, Mass. Senate 1929-'32, Mass. House 
1933-'36. 



308 




WASHBURN, KENDRICK HARLOW, 
76 South Main St., Middleborough, 7th Ply- 
mouth House District, Republican. 

Born: Middleborough, July 29, 1893. 

Educated: Middleborough High, Dart- 
mouth College '15, Harvard Law School, 
Boston University Law School. 

Profession : Attorney-at-Law. 

Organizations: 32nd Degree Mason, Omar 
Grotto, Knights Templar, Aleppo Shrine, 
Elks, Post 64, Amer. Legion, V. F. W. Post 
2188, Middleborough Cham, of Commerce. 

Public Office: Middleborough School Bd. 
1921-'34, Mass. House 1927-'36. 
309 




WELSH, PATRICK J., 91 Readville St., 
Boston (Readville), 18th Suffolk House Dis- 
trict, Democrat. 

Born: Hyde Park, Oct. 8, 1893. 

Educated: St. Raphael's Parochial School, 
Suffolk Law School. 

Business: Contractor. 

Organizations: American Legion, Mass. 
Catholic Order of Foresters, Knights of Co- 
lumbus, A. O. H., Eagles. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1927-'36. 



310 




WENZLER, JOHN B., 514 East Broad- 
way, Boston (South Boston), 6th Suffolk 
House District, Democrat. 

Born: Cleveland, Ohio, June 11, 1881. 

Educated: Suffolk Preparatory School, 
Suffolk Law School LL.B., Burdett College. 

Profession : Attorney-at-Law. 

Organizations: Knights of Columbus, 
South Boston Citizen's Association, Alfred 
E. Smith Club of South Boston. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1935-'36. 



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WHALEN, JOHN J., 47 Hudson St., 
Brockton, 9th Plymouth House District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Bridgewater, June 5, 1876. 

Educated: St. Patrick's Parochial School 
1890, Brockton High School 1893. 

Occupation : Traveling Salesman, Shoes. 

Organizations: Past Pres. Penn. Shoe Trav. 
Ass'n, Past Pres. Boston Shoe Trav. Ass'n, 
P.C.R., M.C.O.F., Elks, Eagles, K. of C, Card. 
O'Connell Assembly, A.O.H., Elcho Soc. Club. 

Public Office: Brockton City Council 9 
(Pres. 1926), Bd. of Aid., Mass. House 
'36. 

312 




WHITE, JOHN PHILIP, 73 Pershing 
Rd., Boston (Jamaica Plain), 19th Suffolk 
House District, Democrat. 

Born: Boston, Jan. 28, 1891. 

Educated: Boston English High School, 
Northeastern University, Harvard Univer- 
sity, College of The Spoken Word. 

Profession : Lawyer. 

Organizations : American Legion, Mass. 
Catholic Order of Foresters, Knights r>f 
Columbus 1 , Moose, Jamaica Plain Board of 
Trade, Forest Hills A. A. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1935-'36. 



313 




WILSON, JOHN CHESTER, 132 Lothrop 
St., Beverly, 15th Essex House District, Re- 
publican 

Born: Beverly, Aug. 14, 1889. 

Educated: Tufts College. 

Profession : Dentist. 

Organizations: Masons, Rotary. 

Public Office : • Beverly Board of Alder- 
men 1924-'28, Mass. House 1929- , 36. 



314 




WOEKEL, CARL A., 35 Albion St., 
Methuen, 3rd Essex House District, Repub- 
lican. 

Born: Germany, Oct. 15, 1877. 

Educated: Lawrence Public Schools. 

Business: Contractor and Builder. 

Organizations : Masons, Knights of Pythi- 
as, Odd Fellows, Board of Trade. 

Public Office: Lawrence Councilman '08, 
Alderman '09, Mass. House 1927-'36. 



315 




YOUNG, MARTIN E., 184 South Main 
St, Randolph, 9th Norfolk House District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Randolph, Jan. 5, 1896. 

Educated: Randolph Public Schools, Bry- 
ant & Stratton Business College. 

Business: Portable Buildings. 

Organizations: Masons, Elks, American 
Legion, Rotary International. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1933-'36. 



316 




ZIMON, ABRAHAM ISADORE, 5 Na- 
zing- Ct., Boston (Roxbury). 12th Suffolk 
House District, Republican. 

Born: Russia, Sept. 25, 1899. 

Educated: Boston University Law School 
LL.B. '20. 

Profession : Lawyer. 

Organizations: A. F. & A. M., New Cen- 
tury Club, Roxbury Historical Club, Me- 
norah Institute, Brotherhood Temple Mish- 
kan Tenia. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1935-'36. 



317 



ATTACHES 




ELLIS, REV. ARTHUR M., 1945 Com- 
monwealth Ave., Brighton, Chaplain of the 
Massachusetts Senate. 



319 




FENN, REV. DAN HUNTINGTON, 14 
Norfolk Rd., Brookline (Chestnut Hill), 
Chaplain of the Massachusetts House of 
Representatives. 



320 




GRANT, RICHARD D., 81 Bradwood St., 
Boston (Roslindale), Secretary to The 
Governor. 

Born: Readville, Jan. 19, 1899. 

Educated: Boston English High School. 

Profession: Editor. 

Public Office: Secretary to The Governor, 
1935-'36. 



321 




BODFISH, WILLIAM ANDREW, 1082 
Hyde Park Ave., Boston (Hyde Park), 
Assistant Secretary to The Governor. 

Born: Boston, Oct. 8, 1888. 

Educated: Boston College, Private Schools 
in Spain. 

Occupation: Advertising Research. 

Public Office: American Vice-Consul at 
Seville, Spain; Secretary, Barcelona Cham- 
ber of Commerce; Creel Committee on Pub- 
lic Information; Assistant Secretary to The 
Governor, 1935-'36. 






322 




ROWLAND HENRY C, 67 Pleasant St., 
Arlington, Assistant Secretary to the Gov- 
ernor, Democrat. 

Born: Somerville, Aug. 1, 1876. 

Educated : Somerville and Cambridge Pub- 
lic Schools. Studied Law under Prof. Frank 
L. Simpson and in office of Francis P. Gar- 
land. 

Profession: Lawyer. 



323 




REED, WILLIAM L., 19 Wigglesworth 
St., Boston, Executive Secretary of The 
Governor's Council. 



324 




HAYDEN, IRVING N., 97 Fenno St., 
Wollaston, Clerk of the Massachusetts Sen- 
Born: Quincy, Nov. 22, 1892. 
Assistant Clerk, 1922-'32; Clerk of Senate, 
1933-'36. 



325 




BRIDGMAN, FRANK E., 42 Buckingham 
Rd., Wollaston, Clerk of the Massachusetts 
House of Representatives. 

Senate Clerk's Stenographer, 1894-'96; 
Assistant Clerk of The House, 1897-1928; 
Clerk of The House, 1928- , 36. 



326 




CHADWICK, THOMAS A., 45 Hayes 
Ave., Lowell, Assistant to the Clerk of the 
Massachusetts Senate. 

Born: Lowell, July 31, 1904. 



327 




GROVE, LAWRENCE R., 78 Rockvie.v 
St., Jamaica Plain, Assistant Clerk of the 
Massachusetts House of Representatives. 

Clerical Assistant, 1919-'28; Assistant 
Clerk, 1928-'36. 



328 




BARRY, MRS. EDNA C, 19 Rangeley 
Rd., West Newton, Assistant to Speaker of 
the House and Clerk of House Committee 
on Rules. 



329 




DORMAN, WILLIAM E., 

Lynn, Counsel to the Senate. 



157 Ocean St., 



320 




WIGGIN, HENRY DWIGHT, 279 Chest- 
nut St., West Newton, Counsel to the House 
of Representatives. 



331 




DELAN.EY, JAMES F., 7 Welton Rd., 
West Roxbury, Secretary to the Senate 
Counsel. 



332 




McNALLY, LOUIS K., 65 Goss Ave., 
Melrose, Assistant Counsel to The House 
of Representatives. 



3-83 




HOLT. CHARLES 0., 88 Bartlett St., 
Somerville, Sergeant-at-Arms of the Mas- 
sachusetts Legislature. 



334 




DRISCOLL, ARTHUR R., 953 Rock St. 
Fall River, Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms. 



335 




SAUNDERS, ERNEST, 79 Maplewood 
Ave., Gloucester, House Door-Keeper. 



336 




FURNALD, HENRY P., 60 Butler Rd., 
Quincy, House Assistant Door-Keeper. 



337 




REDSTONE, EDWARD H., 46 Mt. Ver- 
non St., Cambridge, State Librarian, State 
Library. 



338 




JACKSON, MORRIS 
House Postmaster. 



C, Lynn, State 



339 




340 



GOVERNOR'S COUNCIL COMMITTEES 

1935-1936 



On Pardons, Charitable Institutions and 
Prisons 

His Honor the Lieutenant Governor 
Mr. Coakley Mr. Brooks 

Mr. Grossman Mr. Brennan 



On Finance, Accounts and Warrants 
His Honor the Lieutenant Governor 
Mr. Coakley Mr. Hennessey 

Mr. Cote Mr. Schuster 



On Waterways, Public Lands and Railroads 
Mr. Coakley, Chairman 
Mr, Grossman Mr. Baker 

Mr. Hennessey Mr. Schuster 



On State House 
Mr. Schuster, Chairman 
Mr. Brennan Mr. Brooks 

Mr. Baker Mr. Hennessey 



On Military and Naval Affairs 
Mr. Cote, Chairman 
Mr. Baker Mr. Brooks 

Mr. Brennan Mr. Hennessey 



On Nominations 
His Honor the Lieutenant Governor 
Mr. Brennan Mr. Brooks 

341 



COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS 
MASS. SENATE 

Moran, James G., of Mansfield — President 
of the Senate, Rules (chairman). 

Burke, Thomas M., of Boston (Dorches- 
ter) — Constitutional Law (chairman), Elec- 
tion Laws, Legal Affairs. 

Carroll, Edward C, of Boston (South 
Boston) — Banks and Banking, Civil Service 
(chairman), Military Affairs, Public Health. 

Casey, Patrick E., of Milford — Engrossed 
Bills, Conservation, Labor and Industries, 
Power and Light, Towns. 

Cavanagh, Charles T., of Cambridge — 
Cities, Highways and Motor Vehicles (chair- 
man), Public Welfare. 

Cole, Albert, of Lynn — Harbors and Pub- 
lic Lands, Legal Affairs, Public Health 
(chairman). 

Considine, Walter L., of New Bedford — 
Judiciary, Harbors and Public Lands, In- 
surance. 

Conroy, William S., of Fall River — Ways 
and Means, Agriculture, Banks and Banking, 
Harbors and Public Lands, Public Safety 
(chairman). 

Cotton, Joseph R., of Lexington — Rules, 
Banks and Banking (chairman), Civil Ser- 
vice. 

Daly, Charles T., of Medford— Bills in 
Third Reading, Metropolitan Affairs, Tax- 
ation, Towns. 

Davenport, William A., of Greenfield — 
Constitutional Law, Pensions, Taxation 
(chairman). 

Donah oe, Joseph P., of Boston (Dorches- 
ter) — Highways and Motor Vehicles, State 
Administration, Transportation. 

Donovan, John F., of Chelsea — Counties, 

*urance (chairman), Legal Affairs. 



342 



Erickspn, Edgar C, of Worcester — In- 
surance, Military Affairs (chairman), State 
Administration. 

Fish, Erland F., of Brookline — Judiciary, 
Insurance, Taxation. 

Goodwin, Angier L., of Melrose — Judi- 
ciary, Constitutional Law, Power and Light 
(chairman). 

Haley, Cornelius F., of Rowley — Ways 
and Means, Highways and Motor Vehicles, 
State Administration (chairman). 

Hollis, Arthur W., of Newton — Election 
Laws, Mercantile Affairs (chairman), Met- 
ropolitan Affairs, Municipal Finance. 

Holmes, Newland H., of Weymouth — 
Conservation (chairman), Pensions, Public 
Service. 

Hurley, Frank, of Holyoke — Judiciary 
(chairman), Education. 

Johnston, Thomas H., of Clinton — En- 
grossed Bills, Agriculture (chairman), Pub- 
lic Welfare, Water Supply. 

Langone, Jr., Joseph A., of Boston — 
Cities, Public Welfare (chairman), State 
Administration. 

Mackay, John D., of QuiJncy — Judiciary, 
Election Laws ( chairman K 

Madden, William F., of Boston (Jamaica 
Plain) — Rules, Metropolitan Affairs (chair- 
man), Transportation. 

McAree, Charles A. P., of Haverhill — 
Engrossed Bills (chairman), Conservation, 
Education. 

McCarthy, William F., of Lowell — Mer- 
cantile Affairs, Public Service, Water Sup- 
ply (chairman). 

McKeown, Frabcis M., of Springfield — 
Election Laws^ Mercantile Affairs, Military 
Affairs, Pensions (chairman). 



343 



Meehan, James P., of Lawrence — Civil 
Service, Labor and Industries (chairman), 
Municipal Finance. 

Miles, Charles G., of Brockton — Educa- 
tion (chairman), Mercantile Affairs, Public 
Health. 

Moyse, George G., of Waltham — Ways 
and Means (chairman), Cities, Military 
Affairs. 

Nicholson, Donald W., of Wareham — 
Rules, Ways and Means, Banks and Bank- 
ing, Transportation. Republican Floor 
Leader. 

Nutting, Edward H., of Leominster — Bills 
in Third Reading, Highways and Motor 
Vehicles, Public Service, Towns (chairman). 

Parkman, Jr., Henry, of Boston — Educa- 
tion, Labor and Industries, Taxation. 

Pierce, Albert, of Salem — Bills in Third 
Reading (chairman), Counties, Labor and 
Industries. 

Plunkett, Theodore R., of Adams — Cities 
(Chairman), Power and Light, Public Safe- 
ty, Transportation. 

Putnam, Harrv B., of Westfield — Agricul- 
ture, Legal Affairs (chairman), Towns, 
Water Supply. 

Scanlan, James C, of Somerville — Rules, 
Counties (chairman), Metropolitan Affairs. 

Sullivan. John S.. of Worcester — Ways 
and Means. Agriculture, Power and Light, 
Public Service (chairman). 

W T hite, Joseph C, of Boston (Jamaica 
Plain) — Rules, Municipal Finance, Public 
Health. 

Wragg, Samuel H., of Needham — Rules, 
Conservation, Municipal Finance (chairman), 
Public Welfare. 



344 



.HOUSE COMMITTEES 

Achin, Henry, Jr. — Public Safety (Chair- 
man) ; Mercantile Affairs. 

Airola, Augustine — Rules; Public Wel- 
fare. 

Akeroyd, William A. — Agriculture (Chair- 
man) ; Highways and Motor Vehicles. 

Ashe, George T.— Public Health. 

Aspell, John F. — Public Health; En- 
grossed Bills. 

Babcock, Frank D. — Power and Light. 

Babcock, Josiah — Metropolitan Affairs. 

Bacigalupo, Edward P. — Municipal Fin- 
ance. 

Baker, William B. — Ways and Means. 

Baldwin, William A. — Cities; Military 
Affairs. 

Barnet, Philip — Judiciary; Insurance 
(Chairman). 

Barrows, Mary L. — Pensions (Chairman) ; 
Constitutional Law. 

Barry, Thomas E. — Metropolitan Affairs. 

Bates, Stanley S. — Metropolitan Affairs. 

Baylies, Walter R. — State Administra- 
tion. 

Bell, Malcolm L.— Public Safety; Trans- 
portation (Chairman). 

Bergeron, Albert — Education; Transpor- 
tation. 

Bessette, Alfred M. — Public Health; Pub- 
lic Safety. 

Besette, Rololphe G. — Education. 

Bigelow, Albert F. — 'Ways and Means 
(Chairman). 

Birmingham, Leo M. — Ways and Means. 

Blake, Fred A. — Conservation; Labor and 
Industries. 

Boland, Edward P. — Taxation. 

Bond, Rufus H. — Insurance. 

Bourgeois, Albert L. — Legal Affairs. 



345 



Bowker, Philip G. — Metropolitan Affairs; 
Labor and Industries. 

Boyer, Albert O. — Conservation; Towns. 

Brady, Edward T. — Civil Service. 

Brig'gs, Fred E. — Public Service; Taxa- 
tion. 

Brigham, Emma E. — Education; Muni- 
cipal Finance. 

Brimblecom, Warren K. — Power and 
Light; Public Service. 

Brown, William A — Election Laws; Pub- 
lic Welfare. 

Burgess, Arthur I. — Election Laws; Tax- 
ation ( Chairman ) . 

Cahill, Horace T.— Rules. 

Cande, Zacheus H. — Agriculture; Public 
Service. 

Carney, Leo E. J. — Labor and Industries. 

Carroll, Michael J. — Labor and Industries. 

Casey, Bernard P. — State Administra- 
tion; Public Service. 

Centracchio, Tony A. — Legal Affairs. 

Chase, Chester W. — Cities (Chairman) ; 
Transportation. 

Clampit, Ralph V. — Legal Affairs. 

Clarkson, Frank — Agriculture ; Taxation. 

Cleary, Ignatius B. — Public Health. 

Cleary, Joseph F. — Metropolitan Affairs. 

Coady, Francis D. — Cities. 

Coakley, Andrew J. — Municipal Finance; 
Pensions. 

Coddaire, John W. — Insurance. 

Coffey, Edward A. — Municipal Finance. 

Cohen, Samuel H. — Legal Affairs. 

Comerford, John T. — Power and Light 
(Chairman). 

Comerford, Richard — Legal Affairs. 

Connelly, Edward J. — Banks and Bank- 
ing; Military Affairs. 

Cooke, Charles H. — Banks and Banking; 
Election Laws. 



346 



Cooney, Timothy J. — Civil Service. 

Coughlin, Frank B. — Judiciary; Towns. 

Coyne, Francis X. — Public Welfare. 

Crosby, Nelson B. — Metropolitan Affairs; 
Water Supply. 

Currier, Ralph R. — Towns; Education. 

Curtis, Laurence — Judiciary. 

Dean, Ernest J. — Ways and Means. 

Dearborn, Hiram N. — Elections; Election 
Laws ( Chairman ) . 

Delmore, Thomas A. — Banks and Banking-. 

Demeter, George — Municipal Finance. 

Dewar, Burt — Election (Chairman), Mu- 
nicipal Finance. 

Dillon, Thomas P. — Public Welfare. 

Dole, Fred B. — Agriculture; Harbors and 
Public Lands. 

Donahue, John J. — Banks and Banking. 

Donahue, Martin W. — Conservation; 
Towns. 

Donnelly, James P. — Labor and Indus- 
tries; Mercantile Affairs. 

Donovan, Cornelius P. — Public Safety. 

Dooley, Joseph W. — Transportation. 

Dorgan, Thomas — Public Safety. 

Downey, Joseph H. — Pensions; Public 
Welfare. 

Doyle, Anthony R. — Highways and Motor- 
Vehicles; Elections. 

Driscoll, George F. — Counties. 

Durant, Clarence N. — Insurance. 

Erickson, Sven A. — Transportation; 
Water Supply. 

Estabrook, Henry A. — .Education (Chair- 
man). 

Everberg, Gustave W. — Banks and Bank- 
ing. 

Falvey, John J. — Power and Light. 

Finkelstein, Bernard — Metropolitan Af- 
fairs. 

Flaherty, Thomas A. — Public Safety. 



347 



Flannery, Thomas J. — Labor and Indus- 
tries. 

Floyd, Frank L. — Counties. 

Foley, John J. — Election Laws. 

Foley, Katherine A. — Public Welfare. 

Gallagher, Owen — Election Laws; Consti- 
tutional Law. 

Gilmartin, John J. — Pensions; Power and 
Light. 

Giioux, Eugene H. — Judiciary. 

Gleason, John L. — Harbors and Public 
Lands. 

Gott, Hollis M. — Pensions; Taxation. 

Grant, William P. — Constitutional Law; 
Labor and Industries. 

Gunn, James A. — Banks and Banking 
(Chairman). 

Halliwell, John — Rules; Municipal Fin- 
ance (Chairman). 

Hamilton, Ralph N. — Constitutional Law 
(Chairman) ; Municipal Finance. 

Hannaford, William A. — Insurance. 

Hannon, Thomas J. — Transportation. 

Harnisch, Joseph J. — Civil Service; Har- 
bors and Public Lands. 

Hassett, George P. — Cities. 

Hastings, William A. — Cities. 

Hathaway, J. Dolan — Harbors and Public 
Lands. 

Havey, Clayton L. — Cities; Military Af- 
fairs. 

Hays, Martin — Rules; Judiciary (Chair- 
man ) . 

Healy, Jeremiah J. — Elections; Municipal 
Finance. 

Hedges, Charles W. — Education; Insur- 
ance. 

Hennigan, James W. — Municipal Finance; 
Public Service. 

Herter, Christian A. — Ways and Means. 

Higgins, William F. — Public Service. 

348 



Hogan, Charles V. — Insurance. 

Honan, Daniel J. — Pensions; Transporta- 
tion. 

Horton, Frank H. — Pensions; Towns. 

Hutchinson, Fred A. — Education; Public 
Safety. 

Innes, Charles J. — Judiciary. 

Irwin, Francis W. — State Administration. 

Johnson, Adolph — Public Service. 

Jones, Archibald L. — Water Supply; 
Towns. 

Jones, Gerald D. — Labor and Industries ; 
Conservation. 

Jones, William A. — Harbors and Public 
Lands; Public Health (Chairman). 

Jordan, Michael H. — Ways and Means; 
Pay Roll. 

Kearns, Patrick J. — Harbors and Public 
Lands. 

Kelley, Charles A. — Public Service; Water 
Supply. 

Kelley, Edward J.. — Rules; Ways and 
Means. 

Kelley, Francis J. — Engrossed Bills 
(Chairman) ; Transportation. 

Kendall, James E. — Pensions; Taxation. 

Kiley, James J. — Insurance. 

Killsroar, George F. — Highways and Mo- 
tor Vehicles. 

Kimball, John V.— Metropolitan Affairs 
(Chairman). 

Kinney, Orvis F. — Highways and Motor 
Vehicles; Towns. 

Kirkpatrick. William E. — Rules; Civil 
Service (Chairman). 

Knowles, John Q. — Counties. 

Kurzcn, George M. — Constitutional Law. 

Landergan, William J.— Military Affair? ; 
State Administration. 

Landry, Leo P. — Civil Service; Military 
Affairs. 



349 



Lane, Thomas J. — Judiciary. 

Lasell, John W.— Public Welfare (Chair- 
man) ; Transportation. 

Leonardi, Frank M. — Cities. 

Lodge, Henry C. — Labor and Industries 
(Chairman) ; Public Health. 

Lomax, Jr., J. Terrance — Legal Affairs. 

Luitwieler, Clarence S. — Elections; State 
Administration (Chairman). 

Lunney, William C. — Public Health. 

Lyons, John P. — Ways and Means. 

MacDonald, Donald A — Agriculture; 
Election Laws. 

MacLean, Frank E. — Cities. 

Mahan, Arthur U. — Taxation. 

Mahoney, James F. — Transportation. 

Manning, John F. — Conservation; Educa- 
tion. 

Markley, Philip M. — Election Laws; Power 
and Light. 

McCooey, Joseph P. — State Administra- 
tion. 

McCracken, James M. — Elections; Insur- 
ance. 

McCulloch, Elmer L. — Towns (Chairman). 

McDermott, Frederick T. — Education. 

McDonald, Paul J. — Judiciary. 

McDonough, Timothy J. — Engrossed 
Bills; Metropolitan Affairs. 

McElroy, James M. — Education; Military 
Affairs. 

McHugh, Lawrence P. — Legal Affairs. 

McLaren, Henry P. — Banks and Banking. 

McLellan, Owen D— Banks and' Banking; 
Civil Service. 

McNamara, Roger A. — Power and Light. 

McNulty, Anthony A. — Rules; Water 
Supply. 

Melley, William H. — Legal Affairs. 
Milano, Joseph A. — Metropolitan Affairs. 



350 



Morrill, Charles H. — Agriculture; Elec- 
tion Laws. 

Morris, Albert E — Metropolitan Affairs. 

Morrison, Frank J. — Transportation. 

Murphy, John E. — Public Health. 

Murphy, John J. — Agriculture; Taxation 

Murphy, Joseph L. — Mercantile Affairs. 

Murphy, Timothy J.— Bills in Third Read- 
ing; Constitutional Law. 

Murray, John A. — Taxation. 

Nagle, David G. — Legal Affairs. 

Nelson, Elmer C. — Counties (Chairman). 

O'Brien, Frank D. — Judiciary. 

O'Brien, Michael T— Counties; Towns. 

O'Connell, Raymond F. — Taxation. 

O'Kane, Joseph N. — Agriculture; Ways 
and Means. 

Olander, Edwin L. — Highways and Motor 
Vehicles. 

Olson, Charles W. — Labor and Industries. 

Otis, Ralph E.— Military Affairs; Taxa- 
tion. 

Parker, Katharine V. — State Administra- 
tion. 

Paul, Arthur E. — Public Service. 

Paul, Richard F. — Counties. 

Petersen, Tycho M. — Cities; Mercantile 
Affairs. 

Pettengill, George W. — Labor and Indus- 
tries. 

Pierce, Frederick E. — Military Affairs; 
Power and Light. 

Pierce, Georsre F. — Education. 

Ramsdell, William E. — Legal Affairs. 

Reinstein, Frederick H. — Election Laws; 
Constitutional Law. 

Rice, George E. — Agriculture; Civil Ser- 
vice. 

Roach, Joseph N. — Rules; Public Welfare. 

Rolander, Victor E.— Public Health; Pub- 
lic Welfare. 



351 



Rolfe, Joseph D. — Ways and Means. 

Rose, David A. — Counties. 

Rubin, Albert — Mercantile Affairs. 

Ryan, Francis E. — Cities. 

Sargent, Frank J. — State Administration. 

Savage, Charles H. — Highways and Motor 
Vehicles. 

Sawyer, Roland D. — Water Supply; Elec- 
tion Law T s. 

Scanlon, Louis J. — Highways and Motor 
Vehicles. 

Schofield, Martin R. — Harbors and Pub- 
lic Lands. 

Sears, Mason — Conservation; Mercantile 
Affairs. 

Sessions, William J. — Ways and Means. 

Shaughnessy, John R. — Cities. 

Shea, Charles H. — State Administration. 

Sheridan, Frank C. — Agriculture; Power 
and Light. 

Sherman, Philip— Bills in Third Read- 
ing (Chairman) ; Judiciary. 

Sirois, Edward D. — State Administration. 

Sisson, Harry D. — Mercantile Affairs 
(Chairman). 

Small, E. Hayes — Public Service; Towns. 

Smith, Frank W. — Counties; Civil Ser- 
vice. 

Southgate, J. Francis — Power and Light. 

Sparrell, Ernest H. — Rules; Highways 
and Motor Vehicles (Chairman). 

Stacy, Richard H. — Public Service (Chair- 
man). 

Staves, Edward W. — Military Affairs 
(Chairman) ; Highways and Motor Vehicles. 

Stone, George S. — Agriculture; Power 
and Light. 

Sullivan, Patrick G.— Mercantile Affairs; 
Military Affairs. 

Swain, William T. — Conservation; Har- 
bors and Public Lands. 



352 



Swanson, Martin — Rules; Highways and 
Motor Vehicles. 

Sweetser, Mollie A. — Public Health; Pub- 
lic Welfare. 

Talbot, Edmond, Jr. — Harbors and Pub- 
lic Lands. 

Tarbell, George G. — Mercantile Affairs; 
State Administration. 

Tarr, Jr., Frederick H. — Banks and Bank- 
ing. 

Theberge, Joseph E. — Public Health; Pub- 
lic Welfare. 

Tobin, James F. — Banks and Banking; 
Elections. 

Tuttle. J. Walton — Judiciary. 

Tyrrell, Christopher J. — Conservation ; 
Military Affairs. 

Urquhart, Herbert W. — Conservation 
(Chairman) ; Harbors and Public Lands. 

Valentine, John H.— Bills in Third Read- 
in^: Constitutional Law. 

Walls, Magorisk L. — - Conservation ; 
Towns. 

Ward, Ira C— Pay Roll (Chairman) ; 
Conservation. 

Ward. Michael J. — Banks and Banking; 
Water Supply. 

Washburn, Kendrick H. — Legal Affairs 
(Chairman). 

Welsh, Patrick J. — Municipal Finance: 
Rules. 

Wenzler. John B. — Mercantile Affairs. 

Whalen, John J. — Pay Rolls; Public Safety. 

White, John P. — Insurance. 

Wilson, John C. — Rules; Water Supply 
(Chairman). 

Wdekel. Carl A. — Harbors and Public 
Lands (Chairman) ; Mercantile Affairs. 

Young, Martin E. — Highways and Motor 
Vehicles. 

Zimon, Abraham I. — Insurance. 



353 



SENATE STANDING COMMITTEES 

On Rules — The President and Senators 
Nicholson of the Cape and Plymouth, Wragg 
of Norfolk and Middlesex, Cotton of Middle- 
sex, Madden of Suffolk, and White of Suf- 
folk. 

On the Judiciary — Senators Hurley of 
Hampden-, Goodwin of Middlesex, Fish of 
Norfolk and Suffolk, Mackay of Norfolk, 
and Considine of Bristol. 

On Ways and Means — Senators Moyse 
of Middlesex, Nicholson of the Cape and 
Plymouth, Haley of Essex, Sullivan of Wor- 
cester, and Conroy of Bristol. 

On Bills in the Third Reading — Sena- 
tors Pierce of Essex, Nutting of Worcester, 
and Daly of Middlesex. 

On Engrossed Bills — Senators McAreo 
of Essex, Johnston of Worcester and Hamp- 
den, and Casey of Worcester. 



HOUSE STANDING COMMITTEES 



Rules — The Speaker and Representatives 
Cahill of Braintree, Hays of Boston, Spar- 
rell of Norwell, Halliwell of New Bedford, 
Wilson of Beverly, Swanson of Worcester, 
Kirkpatrick of Holyoke, Airola of Revere, 
Kelley, E. J., of Worcester, Roach of North 
Adams, Welsh of Boston and McNulty of 
Roston. 

Ways and Means — Representatives Bige- 
low of Brookline, Baker of Newton, Sessions 
of Hampden, Dean of Chilmark, Herter of 
Boston, Rolfe of Newbury, Jordan of Law- 
rence, O'Kane of Dudley, Lyons of Brockton, 
Birmingham of Boston and Kelley, E. J., of 
Worcester. 

The Judiciary — Representatives Hays of 
Boston, Barnet of New Bedford, Innes of 



354 



Boston, Sherman, of Somerville, Tuttle of 
Framingham, Curtis of Boston, Lane of 
Lawrence, Coughlin of Norwood, Giroux of 
Somerville, O'Brien, F. D., of Fall River, 
McDonald of Chelsea. 

Elections — Representatives Dewar of 
Maiden, Luitwieler of Newton, Dearborn of 
Somerville, McCracken of Needham, Doyle 
of Worcester, Tobin of Salem, Healv of 
Natick. 

Bills in the Third Reading — Represen- 
tatives Sherman of Somerville, Valentine of 
Chelmsford, Murphy, T. J., of Boston. 

Engrossed Bills — Representatives Kelley 
of North Attleboro, McDonough of Boston, 
Aspell of Boston. 

Pay Roll — Representatives Ward of Ply- 
mouth, Jordan of Lawrence, Whalen of 
Brockton. 



JOINT STANDING COMMITTEES 



Agriculture — Senators Johnston of Wor- 
cester and Hampden, Putnam of Berkshire, 
Hampshire and Hampden, Sullivan of Wor- 
cester, and Conroy of Bristol; Representa- 
tives Akeroyd of Lanesborough, Cande of 
Sheffield, Clarkson of Worcester, Dole of 
Shelburne, Rice of Spencer, MacDonald of 
Springfield, O'Kane of Dudley, Sheridan 
of Maynard, Morrill of Haverhill, Stone of 
Templeton and Murphy of Westfield. 

Banks and Banking — Senators Cotton 
of Middlesex, Nicholson of the Cape and 
Plymouth, Conroy of Bristol and Carroll of 
Suffolk; Representatives Gunn of Montague, 
McLellan of Belmont, Cooke of Athol, Ever- 
berg of Woburn, Tarr of Rockport, McLaren 
of Westwood, Ward of Boston, Delmore of 
Lowell, Tobin of Salem, Connelly of Wake- 
field and Donahue of Somerville. 



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Cities — Senators Plunkett of Berkshire, 
Moyse of Middlesex, Lang-one of Suffolk and 
Cavanagh of Middlesex; Representatives 
Chase of New Bedford, MacLean. of Lowell, 
Petersen of Springfield, Havey of Boston, 
Baldwin of Lynn, Hastings of Maiden, Ryan 
of Somerville, Coady of Cambridge, Hassett 
of Medford, Shaughnessy of Quincy and 
Leonardi of Boston. 

Civil Service — Senators Carrcll of Suf- 
folk, Cotton of Middlesex and Meehan of 
Essex; Representatives Kirkpatrick of Hol- 
yoke, McLellan of Belmont, Harnisch of 
Chicopee, Rice of Spencer, Smith of Palmer- 
Brady of Somerville, Cooney of Worcester 
and Landry of Watertown. 

Conservation — Senators Holmes of Nor- 
folk and Plymouth, Wrag-g of Norfolk and 
Middlesex, Casey of Worcester and McAree 
of Essex; Representatives Urquhart of 
Georgetown, Ward of Plymouth, Swain of 
Nantucket, Jones of Amherst, Sears of Ded- 
ham, Tyrrell of Westborough, Boyer of 
Southbridge, Walls of Rockland, Donahue 
of Franklin, Blake of Gardner and Manning 
of Marlborough. 

Constitutional Law — Senators Burke of 
Suffolk, Goodwin of Middlesex and Daven- 
port of Franklin and Hampshire; Repre- 
sentatives Hamilton of Cambridge, Barrows 
of Melrose, Valentine of Chelmsford, Rein- 
stein of Revere, Grant of Fall River, Gal- 
lagher of Boston, Kurzon of Uxbridge and 
Timothy J. Murphy of Boston. 

Counties — Senators Scanlan of Middle- 
sex, Pierce of Essex and Donovan of Suf- 
folk; Representatives Nelson of Milford. 
Knowles of Hull, Flovd of Manchester, Paul 
of Canton, Driscoll of Fall River, O'Brien 
of Easthampton, Smith of Palmer and Rose 
of Boston. 



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Education — Senators Miles of Plymouth, 
McAree of Essex, Parkman of Suffolk and 
Hurley of Hampden; Representatives Esta- 
brook of Fitchburg, Brigham of Springfield, 
Hutchinson of Lynn. Hedges of Quincy, Ber- 
geron of Lowell, Currier of Wilmington, 
Rodolphe G. Bessette of New Bedford, Man- 
ning of Marlborough, McDermott of Med- 
ford, McElroy of Lynn and Pierce of 
Everett. 

Election Laws — Senators Mackay of 
Norfolk, Hollis of Middlesex, McKeown of 
Hampden and Burke of Suffolk; Represent- 
atives Dearborn of Somerville, Burgess of 
Quinsy, Cooke of Athol, Brown of Abington, 
MacDonald of West Springfield, Reinstein 
of Revere, Sawyer of Ware, Markley of 
Springfield, Gallagher of Boston, Morrill 
of Haverhill and Foley of Cambridge. 

Harbors and Public Lands — Senators 
Pierce of Essex, Cole of Essex, Conroy of 
Bristol and Considine of Bristol; Repre- 
sentatives Wiciekel of Methuen, Swain of 
Nantucket, Urquhart of Georgetown, Jones 
of Barnstable, Dole of Shelburne, Harnisch 
of Chicopee, Talbot of Salem, Hathaway of 
Fall River, Kearns of Lynn, Schofield of 
Boston and Gleason of Boston. 

Highways and Motor Vehicles — Sena- 
tors Cavanagh of Middlesex, Haley of Es- 
sex, Nutting of Worcester and Donahoe of 
Suffolk; Representatives Sparrell of Nor- 
well, Staves of Southbridge, Swanson of 
Worcester, Akeroyd of Lanesborough, Kin- 
ney of West Bridgewater, Olander of North- 
ampton,, Doyle of Worcester, Young of Ran- 
dolph, Scanlon of Lawrence, Killgoar of 
Boston and Savage of Boston. 

Insurance — Senators Donovan of Suffolk, 
Erickson of Worcester, Fish of Norfolk and 
Suffolk and Considine of Bristol; Repre- 



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sentatives Barnet of New Bedford, Mc- 
Cracken of Needham, Hedges of Quincy, 
Hannaford of Weymouth, Bond of Medford, 
Zimon of Boston, Hogan of Lynn, White of 
Boston, Coddaire of Haverhill, Kiley of 
Boston and Durant of Lee. 

Labor and Industries — Senators Meehan 
of Essex, Parkman of Suffolk, Pierce of 
Essex and Casey of Worcester; Represent- 
atives Lodge of Beverly, Carney of New 
Bedford, Bowker of Braokline, Jones of 
Amherst, Pettengill of Salisbury, Olson of 
Ashland, Donnelly of Lawrence, Grant of 
Fall River, Blake of Gardner, Carroll of 
Lynn and Flannery of Waltham. 

Legal Affairs — Senators Putnam of 
Berkshire, Hampshire and Hampden, Cole 
of Essex, Donovan of Suffolk and Burke of 
Suffolk; Representatives Washburn of Mid- 
dleborough, Ramsdell of Winchester, Bour- 
geois of Lowell, Clampit of Springfield, 
Comerford of Leominister, Cohen of Boston, 
Mell'ey of Chelsea, Centracchio of Boston, 
Nagle of Boston, McHugh of Boston and 
Lomax of Fall River. 

Mercantile Affairs — Senators Hollis of 
Middlesex, Miles of Plymouth, McKeown of 
Hampden, and McCarthy of Middlesex; Rep- 
resentatives Sisson of Pittsfield, Achin of 
Lowell, Woekel of Methuen, Petersen of 
Springfield, Tarbell of Lincoln, Sears of 
Dedham, Donnelly of Lawrence, Joseph L. 
Murphy of Boston, Rubin of Fall River, 
Sullivan of B:ston and Wenzler of Boston. 

Metropolitan Affairs — Senators Mad- 
den of Suffolk, Hollis of Middlesex, Daly 
of Middlesex and Scanlan of Middlesex; 
Representatives Kimball of Maiden, Bab- 
cock of Milton, Bowker of Brookline, Milano 
of Melrose, Crosby of Arlington, Bates of 
Quincy, McDonough of Boston, Morris of 

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Everett, Cleary of Cambridge, Barry of 
Boston and Finkelstein of Boston. 

Military Affairs — Senators Erickson of 
Worcester, Moyse of Middlesex, Carroll of 
Suffolk and McKeown of Hampden; Repre- 
sentatives Staves of Southbridge, Otis of 
Pittsfield, Pierce of Greenfield, Baldwin of 
Lynn, Havey of Boston, Tyrrell of West- 
borough, McElroy of Lynn, Connelly of 
Wakefield, Sullivan of Boston, Landergan of 
Lynn, and Landry of Watertown. 

Municipal Finance — Senators Wragg of 
Norfolk and Middlesex, Hollis of Middlesex, 
Meehan of Essex and White of Suffolk; 
Representatives Halliwell of New Bedford, 
Hamilton of Cambridge, Dewar of Maiden, 
Brigham of Springfield, Demeter of Boston, 
Coffey of Salem, Welsh of Boston, Hennigan 
of Boston, Bacigalupo of Boston, Coakley 
of Chicopee and Healy of Natick. 

Pensions — Senators McKeown of Hamp- 
den, Davenport of Franklin and Hampshire, 
Holmes of Norfolk and Plymouth; Repre- 
sentatives Barrows of Melrose, Kendall of 
Dunstable, Gott of Arlington, Horton of 
Rehoboth, Downey of Brcckton, Honan of 
Winthrop, Gilmartin of Fitchburg and 
Coakley of Chicopee. 

Power and Light — Senators Gocdwin of 
Middlesex, Plunkett of Berkshire, Casey of 
Worcester and Sullivan of Worcester; Rep- 
resentatives; Comerford of Brcokline, Pierce 
of Greenfield, Brimblecom of Newton, South- 
gate of Worcester, Babcock of Haverhill, 
McNamara of Easton, Markley of Spring- 
field, Gilmartin of Fitchburg, Sheridan of 
Maynard, Falvey of Holyone and Stone of 
Templeton. 

Public Health — Senators Cole of Essex, 
Miles of Plvmouth, White of Suffolk and 
Carroll of Suffolk ; Representatives Jones of 



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Barnstable, Alfred M. Bessette of New Bed- 
ford, Theberge of Fall River, Rolander of 
Worcester, Sweetser of Reading, Lodge of 
Beverly, Aspell of Boston, Lunney of Hol- 
yoke, Ashe of Lowell, Murphy of Peabody 
and Cleary of Auburn. 

Public Safety — Senators Conroy of Bris- 
tol, Plunkett of Berkshire and White of 
Suffolk; Representatives Achin of Lowell, 
Bell of Marblehead, Hutchinson of Lynn, 
Alfred M. Bessette of New Bedford, Whalen 
of Brockton., Donovan of Lynn, Dorgan cf 
Boston and Flaherty of Boston. 

Public Service — Senators Sullivan of 
Worcester, Nutting of Worcester, Holmes 
of Norfolk and McCarthy of Middlesex; Rep- 
resentatives' Stacy of Springfield, Cande of 
Sheffield, Small of Truro, Brimblecom of 
Newton, Briggs of Attleboro, Johnson of 
Brockton, Charles A. Kelley of Worcester, 
Hennigan of Boston, Casey of Boston, Hig- 
gins of Boston and Paul of Boston. 

Public Welfare — Senators Langone of 
Suffolk, Johnston of Worcester and Hamp- 
den, Wragg of Norfolk and Middlesex and 
Cavanagh of Middlesex; Representatives 
Lasell of Northbridge, Theberge of Fall 
River, Airola of Revere, Rolander of Wor- 
cester, Brown of Abington, Sweetser of 
Reading, Roach of North Adams, Downey 
of Brockton, Dillon of Cambridge, Foley of 
Lawrence and Co^ne of Boston. 

State Administration — Senators Haley 
of Essex, Erickson of Worcester, Langone of 
Suffolk and Donahoe of Suffolk; Represen- 
tatives Luitwieler of Newton, Sargent of 
Clinton, Tarbell of Lincoln, Parker of Lan- 
caster, Baylies of Taunton, Sirois of Law- 
rence, McCooev of Worcester, Landergan of 



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Lynn, Irwin of Boston, Casey of Boston 
and Shea of Cambridge. 

Taxation — Senators Davenport of Frank- 
lin, and Hampshire, Fish of Norfolk and 
Suffolk, Parkman of Suffolk and Daly of 
Middlesex; Representatives Burgess of 
Quincy, Otis of Pittsfield, Clarkson of Wor- 
cester, Kendall of Dunstable, Briggs of 
Attleboro, Gott of Arlington, O'Connell of 
Springfield, Murphy of Westfield, Boland of 
Springfield, Murray of Watertown and 
Mahan of Leominster. 

Towns — Senators Nutting of Worcester, 
Putnam of Berkshire, Hampshire and Hamp- 
den, Daly of Middlesex and Casey of Wor- 
cester ; Representatives McCulloch of Adams, 
Jones of Middleton, Small of Truro, 
Kinney of West Bridgewater, Horton of 
Rehoboth, Currier of Wilmington, Coughlin 
of Norwood, O'Brien of Easthampton, Walls 
of Rockland, Boyer of Southbridge and Don- 
ahue of Franklin. 

Transportation — Senators Nicholson of 
the Cape and Plymouth, Plunkett of Berk- 
shire, Madden of Suffolk and Donahoe of 
Suffolk; Representatives Bell of Marble- 
head, Kelley of North Attleborough, Erick- 
son of Worcester, Chase of New Bedford, 
Lasell of Northbridge, Bergeron of Lowell, 
Honan of Winthrop, Mahonoy of Cambridge, 
Dooley of Taunton, Hannon of Boston and 
Morrison of Boston. 

Water Supply — Senators McCarthy of 
Middlesex, Johnston of Worcester and 
Hampden and Putnam of Berkshire Hamp- 
shire and Hampden; Representatives Wilson 
of Beverly, Erickson of Worcester, Crosby 
of Arlington, Jones of Middleton, Sawyer 
of Ware, Charles A. Kelley of Worcester, 
McNuIty* of Boston and Ward of Boston. 



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MONITORS 

First Division — Representatives Nelson 
of Milford and Driscoll of Fall River. 

Second Division — Representatives Mc- 
Cracken of Needham and McCooey of Wor- 
cester. 

Third Division — Representatives Hutch- 
inson of Lynn and Lane of Lawrence. 

Fourth Division — Representatives Mil- 
ano of Melrose and Centracchio of Boston. 



CREDITS 

Waid's Studio, 136 Boylston, Street, Bos- 
ton, photographers to The Massachusetts 
House, furnished practically all the photos, 
except those otherwise credited, for the 
"Public Officials of Massachusetts, 1935- 
'36" book. 

Other studios furnishing photos were: 

Purdy, Boston — Joseph A. Langone, Jr., 
Page 58; Donald W. Nicholson, page 67; 
John, T. Comerford, page 128; James J. 
Kiley, page 203; Joseph L. Murphy, page 
245; Patrick Gilbert Sullivan, page 293; 
John B. Wenzler, page 311; Abraham I. 
Zimon, page 317. 

Oppenheim, Boston — William A. Daven- 
port, page 47; Cornelius F. Haley, page 53; 
John D. Mackay, page 59; John J. Sulli- 
van, page 74; Leverett Saltonstall, page 
78; Rufus H. Bond, page 102; Andrew J. 
Coakley, page 124; John J. Gilmartin, page 
166; George P. Hassett, page 177; Charles 
J. Innes, page 191; John, A. Murray, page 
247; Frederick H. Reinstein, page 265; 
David A. Rose, page 270; John P. White, 
page 313; Charles A Holt, page 334; Ar- 
thur R. Driscoll, page 335; Henry P. Fur- 
nald, page 337. 



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Bachrach, Boston — William J. Gran-field, 
page 9; Joseph L. Hurley, page 22; Win- 
field A. Schuster, page 35; Joseph R. Cotfton, 
page 45; Newland H. Holmes, page 55; 
James P. Meehan, page 64; Harry B. Put- 
nam, page 72; William B. Baker, page 87; 
Warren K. Brimblecom, page 109; Laurence 
Curtis, page 137; Henry Cabot Lodge, pag'? 
215; George G. Tarbell, page 298; Fred- 
erick H. Tarr, Jr., page 299; Edward H. 
Redstone, page* 338; Louis K. McNally, 
page 333. 

Underwood & Underwood, Washington, 
D. C. — Marcus A. Coolidge, page 3; Miss 
Katherine V. Parker, page 257. 

White, Boston — Joseph P. Donahoe, page 
48; Thomas A. Flaherty, page 160; Richard 
D. Grant, page 321. 

William Filene's Sons Co., Boston. — Henry 
D. Wiggin, page 331. 

Moody, Salem — Edward A. Coffey, page 
126; Edmond Talbot, Jr., page 297. 

Arlington Studio, Boston — Albert U. 
Boyer, page 105. 

Day's Art Galleries, Fall River — Albert 
Rubin, page 271. 

Marshall, Cambridge — Charles F. Hurley, 
pagre 24; John J. Folev, page 163. 

Benson, Worcester — Pehr G. Holmes, page 
12; Edgar C. Erickson, page 50; John W. 
Lasell, page 213. 

Blank & Stoller, Inc. — James A. Gunn. 
page 171. 

R>!ce Studio, Quincy — Joseph B. Grossman, 
page 33. 

Notman, Boston and Cambridge — Chris- 
tian A. Herter, page 185. 

Harris & Ewing, Washington, D. C. — Con- 
gressman A. Piatt Andrew, page 5. 

Perham, Boston — Thomas P. Dillon, pag^ 
143. 



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Hastings, Newtonville — Rev. Arthur M. 
Ellis, page 319. 

Marion,, Lowell — George T. Ashe, page 82. 

Horner, Boston — Henry A. Estabrook, 
page 156. 

Whitman, Maiden — John V. Kimball, page 
205. 

Bosworth Studio, Springfield — Ralph V. 
Clampit, page 119: Raymond F. O'Connell, 
page 252; Frank W. Smith, page 287. 

Denault, Pittsfield — J. Arthur Baker, 
page 28. 

Popoli, Everett — Albert E. Morris, page 
241. 

Costello, Great Barrington — Zacheus H. 
Cande, page 113. 

Hoffman, Northampton — Michael T. 
O'Brien, page 251. 

F. B. Conlin,, Boston — Edward C. Carroll, 
page 39; Thomas H. Buckley, page 25. 

J. Carroll Brown, Rutland — Rodolphe G. 
Bessette, page 97. 

Alfred Brown, Brookline — Phillip G. Bow- 
ker, page 104. 

Saunder's Studio, Lawrence — James P. 
Donnelly, page 147. 

Cameo Studio, Arlington — Hollis M. Gott, 
page 169. 

Back Bay Studio, Lawrence — Carl Woekel, 
page 315. 

Belkin Studio, Holyoke — Joseph J. Har- 
nisch, page 176. 

Merrill, Brockton — Adolph Johnson, page 
193. 

Modern Studio, Boston — James J. Bren- 
n.an, page 29. 

G. W. Henzel Studio, Pittsfield— Clarence 
Durant, page 154. 

Jordan Marsh Studio, Boston — Hon. John 
P. Higgins. page 11. 



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